Family Game Night

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Board games are one of the simplest and easiest ways to build a child’s speech and language skills! No special prep time. Just grab your kiddo’s fave game and know you will offer them a fun opportunity to boost:

  • vocabulary
  • grammar skills
  • quantity concepts
  • narrative language skills
  • early literacy concepts
  • social language skills like taking turns, reading non-verbal cues, and following rules of conversation

A simple 10-15 minutes of playing a game with your child will not only help develop a wide variety of language skills but offer lots of giggles too! Here are my favourites.

buckaroo     build-a-beetle

adventures-in-storyland  candyland

cariboo          cat-in-the-hat-i-can-do-that

chuggingtons        guess-who

hedbanz       hi-ho-cheerio

hoot-owl-hoot       lucky-ducks

neds-head  picture-charades

seek-a-boo  spot-it

tell-a-story   the-fairy-game

the-sneaky-snacky-squirrel  twister

who-shook-the-hook  

 

Bzz Oink Bingo Game     Out Foxed

 

Silly Sentence Word Fun     Scabs and Guts

 

 

Know a great game parents should hear about? Let us know so we can add it to the list!

 

 

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