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
Literary figures have known throughout history the vulnerabilities of little children. Writers have also understood throughout centuries how words can either hurt or help readers and listeners. How has literature changed for the better in helping parents to understand how
Please look at the section on Bee, Honey Bunny and Me. I added a synopsis and many goals. I will have a link to my website where readers can get more information on using the book for teaching and/or therapy.
This is a great interactive lesson for picky eaters and non-picky eaters. Download this interactive menu that includes food photos to cut out and glue in the child’s menu. This is a great way to learn about the foods that
“Seeing is believing” rings true with the reading of storybooks. How often do you see characters and actions in your head while reading? With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to affect our lives I have been ruminating on the very important
Enjoy this Downloadable EEK! I Hear a Squeak Coloring/Storybook – Color and read this coloring book based on the award-winning full-color book, EEK! I Hear a Squeak
Anthony Best by Davene Fahy Book Review Sometimes a re-visit is necessary to re-discover great children’s books. Going through my book closet I was pleasantly surprised to re-discover Anthony Best by Davene Fahy, speech/language pathologist. Many children’s storybooks by speech/language pathologists are
Alpaca Pearl Packs for Peru I am so excited that I just received this book fresh off the printing press. It was both illustrated and written by my good friend and well-known producer of Talk It Rock It products for
Free (Limited Time) How-To-Write and Self-Publish for all the speech/language pathologists who aspire to write books. This book gives multiple examples of books written by other speech/language pathologists. Most of these storybooks can be used in your therapy setting for
Parents’ Guide Pre-Reading Early Literacy – This is a great resource to share with early childhood teachers and parents. Click on image below to download.
My surprise and pleasure in searching for books to review was looking at one book but finding four in a series. Cass Kim has a series of over-the-top storybooks that will surely help speech students, speech/language pathologists, and parents. Repetition,