Speech & Language Skills


When you let your child play with wooden toys that have a focus on language and speech development you will open up a whole new dimension of learning potential. Use wooden toys to encourage storytelling and creative play by allowing your kids to act out stories, talk about the pieces they are using, and discuss the feel and shape of each item.

You can use educational language toys to practice speech patterns such as "I can see 3 blue pieces" or "can you stack the big blocks up high?". Further to this, when you play with toys you can work on social situations such as turn-taking, listening, following directions, and describing your actions.
When you play with ANY wooden toy you can develop speech by talking to your child. Everything you say is new to them, so talk, talk, talk! If you need some more tips on how to develop speech check out our blog.
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