Speech and Language

Here is a link to support your child at home with Speech and language. There are many useful tips and videos to watch. Please watch the videos to help you with the resources we have posted on this page.  
Below you will find an activity to help children hear the difference between speech sounds
These activities will support the phonics work you get from your child's school and are fun ways to work on reading and spelling without needing a pen and pencil!  Please watch the videos on the NHS page to support you.
Barrier games are a great way to get children talking and help them to understand what information they need to include so you understand. Even better you can use your own toys to play!  Here are some ideas using Duplo/Lego and Mr Potato Head!

Rhyme is a tricky skill for lots of children but it is also a really useful skill that can help children's literacy.

The guide to working on children's awareness of rhyme is below. 

Thinking about Key Word Levels is a structured way to work on children's understanding of words. Here is a guide to working at Key Word Levels