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See & Learn - Speech - Playing With Sounds

See & Learn - Speech - Playing With Sounds Image

Playing with Sounds is the first step in the See and Learn Speech programme – a step-by-step series of resources specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome develop clearer speech. The guidance and resources in See and Learn Speech also highlight the strength that children with Down syndrome have for visual learning, using this strength to help support their weaker speech skills. The Playing with Sounds step provides the resources and guidance necessary to give children with Down syndrome the extra practice they need for listening to sounds, hearing the differences between sounds and producing sounds in isolation. The Playing with Sounds pack contains: a guide book including detailed instructions for each of the activities in this step, a book of record sheets to track progress through the activities, and a set of specially-developed illustrated sound cards.

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Speech & Language Development

See & Learn - Speech - Playing With Sounds

See & Learn - Speech - Playing With Sounds Image

Playing with Sounds is the first step in the See and Learn Speech programme – a step-by-step series of resources specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome develop clearer speech. The guidance and resources in See and Learn Speech also highlight the strength that children with Down syndrome have for visual learning, using this strength to help support their weaker speech skills. The Playing with Sounds step provides the resources and guidance necessary to give children with Down syndrome the extra practice they need for listening to sounds, hearing the differences between sounds and producing sounds in isolation. The Playing with Sounds pack contains: a guide book including detailed instructions for each of the activities in this step, a book of record sheets to track progress through the activities, and a set of specially-developed illustrated sound cards.