Communication & Play SkillsNancy Nee, M.S.C.C.C.,SLP
Speech & Language Milestones By 1 Year• Recognizes name• Says 2-3 words besides "mama"• and "dada"• I...
Speech & Language Milestones One – Two Years Old
One – Two Years Old• Understands "no"• Uses 10 to 20 words, including names• Combines two words such as "daddy bye-bye"• W...
One – Two Years old Understands “no”
One – Two Years OldUses 10 - 20 words
Uses 2 words together Bye bye Daddy More milk!
One – Two Years OldPlays games like pat-a-cake”
One - Two Years OldMakes animal noises
One - Two Years OldPoints to eyes, nose mouth
Speech & Language Milestones Two-Three Years Old• Identifies body parts• Carries on conversation with self and ...
Two – Three Years OldIdentifies body parts
Two- Three Years Old•Likes to hear same story repeated•Talks to other children as well as adults•Solves problems by talkin...
Two – Three Years OldTalks to other children as well as adults
Two – Three Years OldLikes to hear stories over and over
Speech & Language Milestones Four-Five Years Old• Has sentence length of 4-5 words• Uses past tense correctly• Has ...
Uses approximately 1000 words! Sentences may have 4-5 words
Speech & Language Milestones Three-Four Years Old• Can tell a story• Has a sentence length of 4-5 words• Has a voca...
Knows last name, name of street and some nursery rhymes John Doe Jack and Jill ...
Three – Four Years Old Understands requests with location conceptsin on ...
Can tell a simple story
Indicators of Language Delay• Poor Listening Skills• Does not use age appropriate sentences• Disorganized Conversation/Sto...
Articulation Development• Speech sounds are developmental in nature• Some sounds do not develop until 8 years old• Some ...
Promoting Language and Speech Development• Talk about things you see, things you do, places you go• Answer...
Language & Speech Disorders• Autism• Selective Mutism• Developmental Apraxia of Speech• Phonological Disorders• ...
Let’s Play
Who wants to play with her? I said sit down and I SAID build! PLAY!Do I have to ...
Play Play Play• Play should not look like work!• Be engaging• Be an active participant Choo All aboard•...
How to Engage a Learner• Ask for a turn• Just join in• Play in area near a child• Invite them
How to Keep the Learner Engaged• Keep it fun This is so• Vary your play (pu...
Simple Play• Engage child• Play with materials as a model• Prompt appropriate play with hand over hand, gestures, etc. ...
Functional Play Skills• Model how to use toys• Engage child in play theme• Prompt appropriate play and verbal responses•...
Representational Play• Set the stage – Organize play materials according to theme• Model the play scheme• Engage...
Role Play• Set the stage• Engage student by assigning roles – When applicable allow students to choose• Model appr...
Summary• Remember to… – Have Fun – Be Positive – Talk about what you are doing – More Comments, Less Questions...
Special Thanks• Plymouth Family Network• Mt. Pleasant Preschool• Roxanne Pitta
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Nancy play and language training

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Communication & Play SkillsNancy Nee, M.S.C.C.C.,SLP
  • 2. Speech & Language Milestones By 1 Year• Recognizes name• Says 2-3 words besides "mama"• and "dada"• Imitates familiar words• Understands simple instructions ex. “time for bed”
  • 3. Speech & Language Milestones One – Two Years Old
  • 4. One – Two Years Old• Understands "no"• Uses 10 to 20 words, including names• Combines two words such as "daddy bye-bye"• Waves good-bye and plays pat-a-cake• Makes the "sounds" of familiar animals• Gives a toy when asked• Uses words such as "more" to make wants known• Points to his or her toes, eyes, and nose• Brings object from another room when asked
  • 5. One – Two Years old Understands “no”
  • 6. One – Two Years OldUses 10 - 20 words
  • 7. Uses 2 words together Bye bye Daddy More milk!
  • 8. One – Two Years OldPlays games like pat-a-cake”
  • 9. One - Two Years OldMakes animal noises
  • 10. One - Two Years OldPoints to eyes, nose mouth
  • 11. Speech & Language Milestones Two-Three Years Old• Identifies body parts• Carries on conversation with self and dolls• Asks "whats that?" And "wheres my?"• Uses 2-word negative phrases such as "no want".• Forms some plurals by adding "s"; book, books• Has a 450 word vocabulary• Gives first name, holds up fingers to tell age• Combines nouns and verbs "mommy go"• Refers to self as "me" rather than by name
  • 12. Two – Three Years OldIdentifies body parts
  • 13. Two- Three Years Old•Likes to hear same story repeated•Talks to other children as well as adults•Solves problems by talking instead ofhitting or crying•Answers "where" questions•Names common pictures and things•Uses short sentences like "me want more"or "me want cookie"•Matches 3-4 colors, knows big and little• May say "no" when means "yes"
  • 14. Two – Three Years OldTalks to other children as well as adults
  • 15. Two – Three Years OldLikes to hear stories over and over
  • 16. Speech & Language Milestones Four-Five Years Old• Has sentence length of 4-5 words• Uses past tense correctly• Has a vocabulary of nearly 1500 words• Points to colors red, blue, yellow and green• Identifies triangles, circles and squares• Understands "In the morning" , "next", "noontime"• Can speak of imaginary conditions such as "I hope"• Asks many questions, asks "who?" And "why?"
  • 17. Uses approximately 1000 words! Sentences may have 4-5 words
  • 18. Speech & Language Milestones Three-Four Years Old• Can tell a story• Has a sentence length of 4-5 words• Has a vocabulary of nearly 1000 words• Names some color• Understands "yesterday," "summer", "lunchtime", "tonight", "little-big"• Begins to obey requests like "put the block under the chair"• Knows his or her last name, name of street on which he/she lives and several nursery rhymes
  • 19. Knows last name, name of street and some nursery rhymes John Doe Jack and Jill Main St.
  • 20. Three – Four Years Old Understands requests with location conceptsin on under
  • 21. Can tell a simple story
  • 22. Indicators of Language Delay• Poor Listening Skills• Does not use age appropriate sentences• Disorganized Conversation/Story Telling• Word Finding/Vocabulary Recall Difficulties• Social/Emotional Language Delays/Needs
  • 23. Articulation Development• Speech sounds are developmental in nature• Some sounds do not develop until 8 years old• Some children may mispronounce sounds and still be within “normal” limits• If you or strangers can not understand 75% of your child’s speech, refer for a speech evaluation
  • 24. Promoting Language and Speech Development• Talk about things you see, things you do, places you go• Answer questions• Listen to your child• Read and talk about books• Tell stories together• Play games• Pretend• Model• Expand• Praise
  • 25. Language & Speech Disorders• Autism• Selective Mutism• Developmental Apraxia of Speech• Phonological Disorders• Language Delays
  • 26. Let’s Play
  • 27. Who wants to play with her? I said sit down and I SAID build! PLAY!Do I have to Don’t make show you me playhow to play with you! too!?!!
  • 28. Play Play Play• Play should not look like work!• Be engaging• Be an active participant Choo All aboard• Keep conversation Choo based on play themes• Save the quiz questions for later
  • 29. How to Engage a Learner• Ask for a turn• Just join in• Play in area near a child• Invite them
  • 30. How to Keep the Learner Engaged• Keep it fun This is so• Vary your play (push much cars, race cars, build fun! bridges, etc.)• Vary your conversation• Change toys/themes Again? Is she if they get bored for real?
  • 31. Simple Play• Engage child• Play with materials as a model• Prompt appropriate play with hand over hand, gestures, etc. as needed• Reinforce appropriate play• Fade prompts as play becomes independent
  • 32. Functional Play Skills• Model how to use toys• Engage child in play theme• Prompt appropriate play and verbal responses• Expand play and verbal responses with modeling and prompting• Reinforce appropriate behaviors• Fade prompts as play becomes independent
  • 33. Representational Play• Set the stage – Organize play materials according to theme• Model the play scheme• Engage student with prompting (i.e. hand over hand, verbal direction, etc.)• Keep it going – Change actions, words, routines within play theme – Add comments related to theme throughout play• Insert Drama – Use dramatic exaggerations in your physical presentations and vocalizations• Reinforce appropriate play and vocalizations• Fade prompts as play becomes independent
  • 34. Role Play• Set the stage• Engage student by assigning roles – When applicable allow students to choose• Model appropriate play and roles within theme• Prompt students to participate in thematic play• Use scripting to initiate and expand play in role• Reinforce appropriate play and vocalizations• Fade prompts as play becomes independent
  • 35. Summary• Remember to… – Have Fun – Be Positive – Talk about what you are doing – More Comments, Less Questions – Always use language the child can understand – Keep it simple – Model, Prompt, Fade – Expect more and you will get more
  • 36. Special Thanks• Plymouth Family Network• Mt. Pleasant Preschool• Roxanne Pitta