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Developing Memory Skills at Home with Your Child

Often a child’s memory skills can be challenged when beginning kindergarten or throughout elementary school.  The change in pace or higher academic demands can create an opportunity to further develop your child’s cognitive skills.  Many parents find that a speech therapist in Los Angeles can help their children discover tools to help develop their memory skills.  Often speech therapists recommend activities to help strengthen memory ability.

 

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Ways to Enhance Your Child’s Memory Skills

  • Games: Playing games is a simple way to stretch your child’s thinking muscles.  With the wide variety of memory games available, you can find a style that best fits your child’s interest to help strike their excitement.  Some examples include memory card matching, BopIt, or Memory Train.
  • Questions: A simple question can go a long way to encourage your child to stretch his/her thinking ability.  Questions require your child to stop and reflect on how they would like to answer.  This helps develop essential problem-solving skills that help to develop memory.
  • Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.: Most parents who visit a children’s speech therapist learn about the value of repetition for speech development.  Repeating phrases or reading the same books over and over help with memory development as well. So next time your child wants to repeat nursery rhymes or read a book for the eighth time in a week, remember it is building his/her memory skills.

To learn more about ways you can encourage memory development in your child, contact our speech experts at Speech Source Therapy, Inc. at  SFV: (818) 788-4121 or LA: (213) 493-6698.

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