Encouraging Language and Life Skills at Home
During COVID-19 Shutdown
Nancy Schwartz, PhD
May 27, 2020
10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
Parenting our children with language and social needs can
be challenging, especially during COVID-19 shutdown with our children at home 24-7. However, this difficult period can also
be viewed as a gifted opportunity for us to help our youngsters and teens develop critical language, thinking, and life skills through simple household chores. Nancy Schwartz. PhD, explains how you can turn daily household activities into fun learning opportunities for your children during the summer months.
Involving Children in Chores (PDF Format)
Patterned Activities (PDF Format)
Declarative Language (PDF Format)
More About Nancy Schwartz
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