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
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
A Step-By-Step Guide to Jump-Start, Track, and Expand Your Toddler’s Language Book review (non-paid) by Lavelle Carlson 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
By Tali Kellerstein, Speech/language Pathologist Thank you so much for hosting my post, SLP Storytellers! I’m super excited to present my new book, Party Animals! A Wild Collection of Speech Sound Poems, which bridges speech, language and early literacy skills with a
9 Steps to Self-publish Your First Children’s Book Dr. Seuss says (Marvin K. Mooney, Will You Please Go Now), “The time has come. The time is now.” Yes, it is time to write your book! Many speech-language pathologists dream of
With the COVID-19 pandemic entering its fifth month I have been ruminating on an important aspect of storybooks. Children who are read to often and regularly have greatly increased chances for success in reading and in academia. One area that
What can parents do to help prepare their child for school? SHARED STORYBOOK READING is the most effective and developmentally appropriate method of preparing young children for formal reading. It can be used formally by early childhood teachers and speech-language
Early childhood speech/language pathologists have always had storybooks for their “go-to” material. My usual book reviews address specific goals for speech children. However, with all the bad news that our young children see, storybooks are filling another early childhood need.