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Teach A Child to Say “Mama”… Therapy Tip of the Week for 5.4.14



What’s the one word all mothers want to hear?

It’s “mama.”

Join Laura as she discusses ways to teach a late talker to use this word with a FUN game and several other EASY ways. Just in time for Mother’s Day….

If you’d like a step by step written guide for these ideas and for a discussion of the reasons a child may not yet be saying this important word, check out the original post here Teach Your Child to Say Mama .

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IDEAS with AAC with the same kind of game…




  1. […] In this Therapy Tip of the Week, pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from provides ideas for teaching toddlers to use a starting AAC device to call for “mama.” For the first version referred to in this video, click here! […]

  2. […] Finally, take a look at this great video by SLP Laura Mize for more inspiration, and a fantastic demonstration of how to do the hide and seek game above. […]

  3. Laura on March 2, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    Same principle… say “Where’s Mommy?” Laura

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