Spring Books for Speech Therapy
If you are looking for spring books for speech therapy sessions, I’ve rounded up a list of books by spring themes! Some themes I like to use for spring include the insects, animals, flowers, and weather (rain/melting snow). This post contains affiliate links, which means we could receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that we have recommended. Spring Books for Speech Therapy by Theme: Flowers/Gardening: Plant the Tiny Seed by Christie Matheson (Great for targeting one-step directions) Flowers Interactive Book (good for students who benefit from visual supports) Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! by Candace Flemming RELATED: Spring Speech Therapy Activities Insect Themed Books: The Very…
Summer Speech Therapy Books
If you are looking for summer books to use in your speech therapy sessions, I’ve rounded up a list of books by summer themes. Some themes I like to use for summer include the beach, ocean animals, camping, pirates, and more! This post contains affiliate links, which means we could receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that we have recommended. Summer Speech Therapy Books: Ocean-Themed Books: The Deep Blue Sea by Audrey Woods The Pout-Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark by RELATED: Summer Speech-Language Activities for Elementary Students Beach-Themed Books: How…
Children’s Books about Speech Disorders
Books are a wonderful way to teach children about people who communicate in a way that is unfamiliar. They can also help children with a speech disorder feel less alone, knowing that others have gone through the same struggles. Below is a list of children’s books about speech disorders. (If you have more suggestions to add, please leave a comment below!) This post contains affiliate links, which means we could receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that we have recommended. Children’s Books about Speech Disorders: Stuttering I Talk Like a River This award-winning book describes a “bad speech day” for the narrator. His father picks…
How to Raise a Reader – 8 Tips for Reading with Infants and Toddlers
My mom vowed that she would do everything she could to make reading easier for me than it was for her, and so she read to me every day from infancy. And it worked! I was a complete bookworm all through school. BUT what if you have a resistant reader (aka resistant listener) from the start? Maybe you are trying to read to your infant or toddler but they are just not interested. Don’t worry – I’ll talk about that too!
How We Get Free Books in the Mail
This is just a quick post to share a great program that sends free books to your child! When Sylvie was born, the wonderful nurses at our hospital practically forced us to sign up for the Dolly Pardon’s Imagination Library program (not that I’m complaining!). They even offered to mail in the registration form for us, which was great since I was in a pain-medication-induced fog after an unexpected C-section.
Here’s One of My Favorite Books: How I Use Bear Sees Colors Book for Language Development
Back when I lived in Boston and worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the schools, one of my favorite teachers that I worked with recommended this book from the school’s book fair. I’m so glad she did because this book has gotten A LOT of use over the past few years during therapy with preschoolers and now with my own little girl! Here’s how YOU can use this book to increase language development with your child: