Children’s storybooks featuring animals can be highly effective tools for teaching speech and language skills. Animals are often fascinating and relatable characters for children. Their unique characteristics, behaviors, and personalities capture children’s attention, making them more engaged in the story.
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
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
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