Travel is great for educating your children. Sadly, this year less people will be traveling less. Use books to help maintain academic skills. At the same time instill in your children an appreciation of other people and places. Below are
WOW! I just received a copy of one of the best books to read to your speech therapy children, Pre-K through early elementary. There are several reasons it meets the criteria for therapy storybook. A therapy storybook needs to have bright
Dog Gone – Where Has My Dog Gone We know that storybooks are full of activities for reaching speech and teaching goals. The best books are those with materials for interactive learning. Download the storybook/workbook/coloring book (part of your subscription), Dog
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Yes, you can “travel by book” with your children and grandchildren. “Marvin K. Mooney, just go,” says Dr. Seuss. No, it does not matter how you go – “by broomstick, by Camel in a Bureau Drawer, Bumble-Boat, by Ga-Zoom”. What is
How many goals can one book fulfill for your young children. The book (ages 1-4), Baby Bunny Bouncing Ball is an excellent book for teaching the /b/ sound followed by many different vowels. It also includes rhyming, the crucial aspect of repetition,
Book Giveaway! If you live in the continental U.S., register for this giveaway between September 25-October 11. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Book Review Written by Lavelle Carlson – non-paid review Secrets? Do children with hearing loss feel like others
The author, Kimberly O. Scanlon, M.A., CCC-SLP has graciously provided a copy of her new book for a giveaway. Please put your name in the comments below if you would like to enter for this book. Do new parents know