By Pr1n5o3T0no3. Toddler Worksheets. At Monday, August 10th 2020, 04:26:55 AM.
My time with toddlers is governed by the following facts: Hands-on experiences are the best and why I prefer play to "worksheets". Toddlers have emotions similar to adult emotions but their thought processes are quite different. Meet them on their level. Toddlers emotions are close to the surface. I compare them to a light switch--one minute happy and the next sad. They can go from calm to agitated in seconds. Patience is the most important word I use to describe how to deal with toddlers. Stay calm and help them to learn of their own abilities to deal with their feelings.
If money is tight, many times you can find enough free worksheets to use for your math curriculum and you will not even have to buy a math textbook. By buying or checking out a "scope and sequence" book, you can see what your child should be doing in each grade level. Once you know what your child should be working on in a particular grade, search for worksheets that fill those needs. Look for worksheets that have complete instructions that are easy for you and your child to understand.
One of the questions that is often raised, when it comes to speech therapy worksheets and other at-home "do it yourself" speech therapy curricula is whether or not the use of these types of worksheets and syllabi can be used as a substitute for the need for having your child undergo toddler speech therapy from a licensed pediatric speech pathologist? And the answer to that should be the use of speech therapy worksheets and other related materials should only be used as a supplement to receiving professional therapy. In other words, the use of these worksheets should be proctored by a licensed speech pathologist. They should be used as your child has "homework" assignments to be completed in between your weekly speech therapy sessions.