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Transcript
Click the “SLIDE SHOW” tab at the top of this page. Then click the first button on the left
labeled “FROM BEGINNING”
Once children get proficient at using nouns to talk about what they see and what they want
(proficient = 50-200 nouns), it is time to switch to other word-types. Children with language
delays often have difficulty switching to new types of words and may get “stuck” using very
concrete noun-based language.
It is important to model verbs for these children. Use self-talk to talk about the things YOU are
DOING. For example, “I am washing dishes, I am opening dishwasher, I am loading dishes, I am
turning off the water, I am putting spoons away.”
Use parallel-talk to talk about the things your CHILD is DOING. For example, “The car is
driving, the car is crashing, the car is falling, it landed on the floor.”
Modeling language rich in verbs will help your child understand how words are related to the
ways in which they act with the environment and people around them.
As you click your way through this slideshow, state the action. Add –ing to the verb to make it
present tense. Have your child imitate the word. Use complete sentences if your child is at the
sentence level. If your child can say the verb without your help, then ask your child “what is
he/she doing?”
reading
washing
drinking
driving
walking
cutting
giving
looking
blowing
riding
working
dancing
playing
rowing
talking
flying
shoveling
throwing
crying
smiling
laughing
flipping
pushing
fishing
vacuuming
knitting
petting
picking
hiking
watering
sawing
sewing
swimming
skiing
raking
drawing
climbing
shopping
skating
waving
smelling