So, how can you use sidewalk chalk to help with toddler speech and language development?
This activity can be done inside or outside. While drawing with the chalk have your toddler imitate what you draw. You can draw shapes, lines, etc. This will also help improve your child's fine motor skills! Sounds you can have your child imitate while drawing include: "whee", "zip", "oo", "ah". Exclamatory sounds help build up to saying words. You can target words such as "more", "mine", "go", "all done", and "please". What other words can you think of for this toddler speech therapy activity?
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