Well done! You’ve made it through module two. By now, you know about the play milestones that your child should reach at different ages. You also know a lot more about choosing the right types of toys for your child’s age that can help them with their speech and language development, and how to avoid toys that might hinder this process.
You’ve also got some tricks up your sleeve to organize your toys and to avoid your child getting bored with the toys they have, without going out and buying more all the time.
Great work! Please double-check that you’ve completed your workbook tasks for this module before moving on. I’ll see you again in Module 3.
Sharing time: What was the most impactful tool or concept that you learned?
Before you move on, I’d love it if you would share one thing that you learned in this module that has really made a difference to your child’s speech and language development.
- What did you try, and how did your child respond?
- Have you introduced any new activities in your house to make speech and language learning a consistent part of your day?
- What suggestions would you make to other parents whose children are at a similar stage to yours?
There is so much that we can learn from each other, so I can’t wait to read about how you’ve been applying your learning so far.