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The Communication Cookbook is a resource book of activities to support children's language and communication. It focuses on five essential ingredients that support children's communication skills, and contains simple recipes to help parents and teachers to develop these in skills in children aged four to six.
Download and print out a brilliant set of picture cards, based on Ann Locke's 'living language' vocabulary lists.
This game is a fun way for children to improve their listening skills by encouraging them to think about some of the sounds around them. Play the game here.
Understanding the meanings of words and how they link together is important for children's language development.
This game encourages children to compare different objects and categorise them - either by how they're used, how they look, or where they belong. Play the game here.
This easy-to-follow activity will help your child build their vocabulary and learn how to follow instructions. All the instructions are written as well as spoken. Play the game here.
This activity helps children to 'read' emotions and understand that there's often a connection between how people feel and what they say. Play the game here.
This game will help develop a very important aspect of a child's communication skills - their ability to tell a story, in the right sequence, from beginning to end. Play the game here.
This game practices lots of language skills - it is written in simple present tense, uses useful vocabulary, demonstratest social interaction, and encourages listening and understanding. Use the questions at the end a starters for conversations, or take the story to its next chapter 'What happens to Dotty and Boo Cat next?' Play the game here.