|Wednesday 16th May 2018
||6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
|Leasowe Nursery School and Family Centre
|Dr Helen Bibby
Target Audience: EYFS practitioners
From birth young infants are able to tune into the sound of the human voice. They enjoy the rhythms and patterns in language such as nursery rhymes. These activities set the scene for developing their understanding of letter sounds, at a later stage. This course will provide a range of activities that you can develop back in your setting to develop a child’s listening, attention and early phonological processing skills for children working within or below 22-36 months. The course will be useful for those children with delayed speech, language and communication skills.
Aim of the course:
To develop practitioners understanding of how exploring with young children the sounds around them encourages the development of their listening and attention skills and how we can increase young children’s awareness of language and letter sounds through play
This is a practical course
which will consider:
- How the brain processes sounds, sound patterns and letter sounds.
- Ideas to develop the articulation of sounds
- Fun ideas to develop back in your setting.
- The course will include a practical ideas pack.