Maggie is my 3 year old with Speech Delay, she's pretty far behind in her speech in comparison to most kids her age. She's in speech therapy and has been improving so much. She even has a few sentences here and there. Why just today she told me to, "Get in timeout now!" Lovely.
This weeks homework was to practice two syllable words. I think there was a legitimate term for what the words are exactly but I forgot. But basically words that are two syllables that go beyond "mama"/"dada" stuff.
I wanted to incorporate Maggie's favorite two syllable word into this one.
In case you couldn't tell that's "Surprise". She like to hide in plain sight, jump up and shout it at me.
I'm "suh-pised" every time. :)
I laminated a piece of blue paper. Separately I created a present the box and the lid out of scrapbook paper. I laminated each piece separately. I then used my sewing machine to sew around the 3 outer edges of the box to secure it to the blue paper, leaving the top open to store cards. I sewed the lid on around the bow. I also laminated each card. On the back of the cards I wrote the name of the picture and a breakdown of the sounds.
What a "suh-pies that two syllable words could be this much fun!