Activities to Help Improve Receptive Language

By |2022-01-19T22:09:09-05:00January 17, 2022|Autism and Other Special Needs|

Receptive language refers to how a child understands and comprehends language that he hears or reads. Children who are unable to comprehend language may have receptive language difficulties. For instance, they may face difficulties in following directions, reading or identifying objects and pictures. Following are some activities to help improve receptive language: Puzzles Books Play “Simon says” Use simple language Arts n crafts   Puzzles Put a puzzle together with your child. Have him find specific pieces like animals, vehicles, or other objects. For example, describe a piece for your child to select “find the green vegetable” or “find the big, [...]