Our tone, or the sound of our voice, has a huge impact on the way a child responds to us. If we sound angry,
frustrated, or rude to a child, the child tends to respond in a similar way. We are all human and all have moments where we feel like we could have reacted differently. During your next interaction with a child, focus on your tone - not just the words you are using. It can make a significant difference in the way your child responds.
~Marena Mitchell, Speech-Language Pathologist
Daily tips, activities, and suggestions on how to naturally embed speech, language, play, fine motor, gross motor, and cognitive skills into your child's day, often using the materials already found in your home environment.
Marena Mitchell is a speech-language pathologist
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