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LWT Virtual Class - Spring #6
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #6
Tip and Sound of the Day: Choices and “M” You can collect the following items (if you have them) to help engage your little one during the class! - Scarf/Small blanket - Monkey - Pillow - Pretend food - Pot and Spoon - Wipe or washcloth - Bubbles
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #5
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #5
Tip and Sound of the Day: Labeled Praise and “H” You can collect the following items (if you have them) to help engage your little one during the class! - Scarf/Small blanket - Bubbles - Toy sun or yellow ball - Pretend or real flowers - Elmo - Duck , horse, cow and pig - Pretend cookies and a “jar”
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #4
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #4
Tip and Sound of the Day: Auditory Sandwich and “T” You can collect the following items (if you have them) to help engage your little one during the class! - Scarf/Small blanket - Plastic cup - Mr. Potato Head - A mirror (for identifying body parts) - Hat - Bubbles
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #3
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #3
Tip and Sound of the Day: Motherse/Baby Talk and “G” You can collect the following items (if you have them) to help engage your little one during the class! - A printed photo of your child (if you have and it is easily accessible) - This can be used for the "hello" song. We recommend pausing the video and holding up their photo when calling their name. Then help them bring their hand to their chest or model the word "me." Once they are used to this class routine, provide wait time to see if they can show that they recognize their name independently.  - Scarf (can use anything small- tissue/sock/blanket) - Rain Coat, Umbrella - Toy Car - Baby wipe or wet towel (for washing) - Dry towel (for drying) - Stacking cups/blocks - Bubbles
LWT Virtual Class- Spring #2
LWT Virtual Class- Spring #2
Tip and Sound of the Day: Parallel Talk and “L” You can collect the following items (if you have them) to help engage your little one during the class! - A printed photo of your child (if you have and it is easily accessible) - This can be used for the "hello" song. We recommend pausing the video and holding up their photo when calling their name. Then help them bring their hand to their chest or model the word "me." Once they are used to this class routine, provide wait time to see if they can show that they recognize their name independently.  - Scarf (can use anything small- tissue/sock/blanket) - Toy Sun (can be a yellow ball!) - Flowers (toys or real) - Bumble Bee - Spider - Bubbles
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #1
LWT Virtual Class - Spring #1
Spring #1 Tip and Sound of the Day: Following Directions and “sh” You can collect the following items (if you have them) to help engage your little one during the class! - A printed photo of your child (if you have and it is easily accessible) - This can be used for the "hello" song. We recommend pausing the video and holding up their photo when calling their name. Then help them bring their hand to their chest or model the word "me." Once they are used to this class routine, provide wait time to see if they can show that they recognize their name independently.  - Scarf (can use anything small- tissue/sock/blanket) - Frog and duck - Bowl of water - Elmo - Pretend food (cup cake and cookie) - Bubbles

Speech skills are in bloom every spring! This collection of games, songs, and exercises supports the development of babies and young children by focusing on seasonal themes and actives. 

Spring

Help your bundles expand their speech skills with the sounds of summer. Our teachers incorporate common summer pastimes into lessons so kids can learn through everyday experiences. 

Summer

Use autumnal sounds and language to develop speech skills! These leafy lessons use fall themed vocabulary and actives to help your little one develop their communication abilities.

Fall

Out hands-on winter lessons help kids make progress even when they are cooped up indoors. We use seasonal prompts and activities to provide a context for vocabulary and day-to-day life. 

Winter

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Look Who's Talking is powered by a forward thinking team of certified Speech-Language Pathologists and educational experts.

 

Driven by a deep passion for play, development, and community, we are committed to fostering engaging, enriching learning environments and to meeting the unique needs of every child we work with.

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Set up a space that is comfortable without distractions!

Gather suggested toys and have them ready for when needed throughout the class.

Enjoy! Pause for breaks as needed, and repeat as often as you would like!