A Review of Steps to Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers on DVD
Almost everyday I receive a request from a blogger or website to review one of our DVDs or therapy manuals. I did that fairly frequently when I launched teachmetotalk.com in 2008 to get our name out there and ‘build a brand,’ but I don’t really do that anymore because it worked : )
But several weeks ago Shannon from www.speechymusings.com sent me an email and told me that it was her 2nd Blogiversary and her plans to do a series of product giveaways and reviews to celebrate. I had read her cute blog before and felt inspired to contribute, but instead of giving her a DVD or manual, I offered her a course on DVD.
Last night she emailed me this link to her review. I wanted to share it with you so you can enter her raffle for the course.
I also want to publicly thank her for her sweet words, especially about liking my dialect, which did cause me a few sleepless nights way back when, until I decided to own my southernness. And yes, I am aware that ‘southernness’ is not a real word!
I do get lots and lots of emails around here telling me that the Steps to Building Verbal Imitation course and the information I’ve written teachmetotalk.com have changed the way that they do therapy. Even after reading that almost every day, I just have to tell you…
IT. NEVER. GETS. OLD!!!
So thank you Shannon!
Be sure to check out her blog!
If you want to check out that course yourself, here’s the link:
Steps to Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers on DVD
If you don’t need the course, but want the book, check it out here:
Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers
Here’s a video clip from the DVD: