Enjoy classes from the comfort of home
Join us for an on demand or live virtual class in the comfort of your own home! LWT will provide you with tips and toy suggestions to bring the class to life and have an interactive experience with a certified Speech-Language Pathologist.
Summer registration open now! Semester begins July 5th
Engage with a live SLP and up to 10 LWT friends through music, stories, and play! Zoom links will be sent out on Sunday night before the class.
For babies and toddlers under ~24 months in the pre-verbal or newly verbal stages of language. Learn strategies to facilitate receptive and expressive language through songs, stories and play with a certified SLP.
Make the Most of Virtual Courses
Create a space that supports learning
Watch in a space free from toys or other distractions (as much as possible). Place only the items listed to use for each class in your child’s viewing area. If your child is having trouble attending, you can also try setting it up with them in a high-chair or small chair and table!
Don’t stress about attention spans
Attention spans are shorter for screen time compared to in person interactions. Allow your child to engage with the video as much or as little as they wish. Even if they are not actively attending the entire time, they are hearing the songs, language and sounds. You can attempt to re-engage them by modeling your participation in the class.
Have the suggested toys ready in advance
Have the toys we suggest ready for them to use. If you don’t have the same items at home, anything similar will do! For times that don’t involve toys or props, try giving them something else to hold if they need it. You could even try letting them hold a water cup or snack throughout the class.
Let your little ones take breaks
If they started off engaged, but are seeming like they need a break, let them take a break! Watching the class in 2 or 3 parts might be best for your child! Take a break and come back to the video later!
Give them time to adapt to new routines
These classes will not always be your child’s usual teacher and certain songs or routines may be slightly different than they are used to. Give your child a chance to adapt! To your benefit, you can watch the videos more than one time to allow them to become more familiar to the instructor, songs and routines!
Be a model for your kids
Engage in songs and activities! If they are not responsive to the class, try modeling! You can respond to the teacher when she asks questions, model actions/following verbal directions. Once they begin to engage, you can pull back and let them have more opportunity to respond!
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