Early Talk Boost is a targeted intervention aimed at 3-4 year old children with delayed language development helping to boost their language skills to help narrow the gap between them and their peers.
Initial findings show that after Early Talk Boost, children make statistically significant progress in their early language. On average they make 6 months progress after a nine week intervention helping them to catch up with other children their age.
Beautifully illustrated books in a box for parents, carers and childminders supporting pre-schoolers with language development. Jake & Tizzy books are a fun way to support language development at pre-school age, helping children to develop skills ready to start primary school.
Early Talk 0-5 years is I CAN’s flagship early years programme. It supports early years staff to help children develop the speech, language and communication skills they need to start school. It also offers a framework which ensures best practice in settings and is available at Supportive and Enhanced levels.
This programme has expanded more recently to include help for the very youngest children, and to offer practitioner training as well as resources for parents.
Talk Boost is a targeted intervention that narrows the gap between 4-7 year olds with language delay and their peers. It is a 10-week programme delivered by trained teaching assistants that can boost a child’s communication by 9 to 18 months. Talk Boost helps children with delayed language development who would not usually qualify for specialist help, but are not thriving at school because of a speech and language need. Talk Boost can have an impact on children’s reading and literacy levels.
Talking Strategies KS2 supports spoken language in Key Stage 2. It provides teachers and teaching assistants with strategies for improving communication skills in the primary classroom within different curriculum areas.
The guide explores 12 strategies for improving communication skills in the classroom, each with a practical example of how it works across different subjects and top tips.
Designed to support individuals and whole classes with transition to secondary school, MovingOn! resources offer carefully structured support for transition and develop practical skills and knowledge, preparing students emotionally, so that they feel safe and secure in their new environment.
Moving On! can be used by Year 6 students, parents and professionals as it offers an effective framework to ensure all children including those with poor language skills will understand the changes ahead.
The guide will help your school plan support for children's speech, language and communication across three waves. This includes how to contact local speech and language therapy services.
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Early Talkers is an activity set aimed at parents and practitioners supporting babies, toddlers and young children in learning to talk. The box set includes three activity packs for all ages between birth and five years: Babbling Babies, Toddler Talk and Chatting with Children.
An activity pack to promote communication development of children from three to five years old. The pack provides parents and practitioners with 30 engaging activity cards that include games to support speech, language and communication development. It comes with top tips and planning guide.
Talk Together is a simple 8 page illustrated booklet which explains to parents:
- the importance of language
- the key milestones in a child’s speech and language and development
- how to support children’s language development
- what to do if they think there is a problem
You can download a copy free of charge in the following languages: Arabic - Czech - French - Hungarian - Nepali - Polish - Punjabi - Roma - Slovak - Somali - Spanish - Turkish - Urdu - Welsh