Activities, Strategies, and Ways to Create and Use Experience Books
Join Becky Clem, M.A., CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT and other families on Thursday, January 25 at 1 p.m. ET for a live family webinar about experience books.
Creating Experience Books Are Fantastic Activities to Engage Children of Varying Ages
Each and every one of us has a story to tell. Stories about growing up, school, holidays, family, friends, and travel. It's not just the big moments that are stories either. A bird you saw on your walk, the delicious dinner you ate, or a beautiful song you heard – those moments are also stories. Telling and hearing stories are important for our brains since they’re connected with memory, emotion, conversation skills, and more.
How can we help children with hearing loss develop early storytelling skills and grow their spoken language abilities?
Experience books, crafts, and activities! With these books and creations, we develop characters, settings, action, problem-solving, and solutions. We make memories by focusing on vocabulary and auditory memory.
Experience books and creations are wonderful to make with children of all ages. You can easily make them with minimal materials, time, and effort and spark endless storytelling and conversation.
This interactive webinar will:
- Explore experience books and creations
- Highlight why experience books help children with hearing loss
- Define how experience books can grow listening, talking, memory, storytelling, and other critical development skills
- Give parents and families ideas, activities, and strategies for experience books
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Becky Clem, M.A., CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT
Becky works for Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas as the Rehabilitation Services Education Coordinator, an LSLS Cert. AVT, and Speech-Language Pathologist. Becky has an undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Special Education from Texas Christian University. Her graduate degree is from Wichita State in Logopedics (communication disorders). She is passionate about working with children with hearing loss and their families, family-centered care, early literacy, and health literacy. Included in her experience is mentoring and coaching professionals in Listening and Spoken Language for certification. She has teaching and workshop facilitation experience for state, national, and international programs. Becky contributes peer-reviewed publications on listening and spoken language in pediatric hearing loss. Currently she serves as the professional developmental manager for ASHA SIG 9 Coordinating Committee on Pediatric Hearing and Hearing Disorders.
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