Make Turn Taking Easy in Social Routines - A Learning Language and Loving It Poster
Catalog No. 28776
Infants and children who are inexperienced turn-takers learn a great deal from familiar, repetitive, predictable interactions that contain clear cues as to when to take a turn.
Through these carefully supported interactions, children learn the basics of turn-taking and are exposed to simple, repetitive language.
This colorful poster presents a way that professionals can make turn taking easy during everyday activities and routines, thereby encouraging turn-taking and communication.
Poster size: 11" x 17"
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