Play is a great way to integrate counting and number recognition in a fun and natural way. This activity will expose your child to numbers and sequential counting and encourage imagination.
NCHAM will be hosting two webinars during July with the same topic but focused on different audiences. “Building a Foundation for Success with Visual Language” with a Focus on Families and Focus on Professionals will be presented by Louise Rollins on July 18th and July 25th respectively.
Register for one or both now at www.infanthearing.org.
When teaching your child how to add and subtract numbers, use the LSL strategies of Self and Parallel Talk.
There is still time to register for the webinar tomorrow. Learn more about “Using Remote Microphone Systems to Improve Listening and Learning for Young Children Who Are Hard of Hearing.”
There is a new resource app for families of Deaf and Hard of hearing children! The Parent Advocacy app is a collaboration between Gallaudet University/Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center, National Association of the Deaf (NAD), Hands & Voices, and American Society for Deaf Children (ASDC). Check it out!