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  • Lori Melnitsky

Helping your toddler talk..

Encourage your child to use words:

  1. Offer choices- Do you want an apple or orange?

  2. Praise-I love how you said that.

  3. Take ten minutes for one on one time.  -do a puzzle, read a book.

  4. Blow bubbles

If you are concerned about your child’s speech please email Lori@allislandspeech.com

www.allislandspeech.com

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