Give a Child Words

"Uh uh uh!" your child says as she reaches toward the counter. Instantly, you know what she wants. ...
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Sorting Hearts for Valentine’s Day for Toddlers

Today I want to share an activity that has been one of the most loved activities for Valentine’s ...
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Cute Peer Activity for Valentine’s Day

I love this cute activity for Valentine's Day! It takes some prep time, but it's been worth it ...
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Valentine’s Day Song for Toddlers

Do you have any cute Valentine's Day songs for toddlers? Here's my favorite... Sing it to the tune ...
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Valentine’s Day Song for Toddlers

I have a great use for those heart-shaped boxes of Valentine’s Day candy – especially if you’re working ...
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Heart Shaped Lacing Boards for Toddlers

In planning therapy for the next few weeks, I'm thinking about a couple of my little friends who ...
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Valentine’s Day Books and Speech Therapy Ideas for Toddlers

Here are some sweet little books for your youngest Valentines this year, along with a few ideas perfect ...
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Screen Time Recommendations for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

Earlier this year, the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association released a new pdf handout for parents about screen ...
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Best Pretend Play Themes for Toddlers and Preschoolers

In podcast #436 we discussed the best pretend play themes for toddlers and preschoolers for speech therapy. One ...
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Late Talker with Slow Progress? Do This!

  Are you working with a late talker with slow progress? Late talkers who add words s..l..o..w..l..y are ...
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Using Visual Supports with Late Talkers with Visual Strengths

One of the lessons I've learned about working with late talkers is to use their learning preferences to ...
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The Truth about Flashcards for Toddlers Who Don’t Yet Talk

The Truth about Flashcards for Toddlers Who Don’t Yet Talk I almost titled this post “Why Flashcards Don’t ...
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Signs of Speech Delay in Toddlers - When to Worry

Signs of Speech Delay in Toddlers – When to Worry

What's the number one factor that unites mothers across cultural, social, and economic boundaries? It's worry. Most of ...
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Quick Social Game… Swinging in a Blanket

Earlier this week I sent an email titled, "The Trouble with Social Games." In it I addressed 3 ...
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Late Talking… Everything You Want To Know

  Without a doubt, the most common question I have received at teachmetotalk.com about late talking since our ...
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ASHA CEU COURSE #418 Teaching Toddlers Developmentally Appropriate Consonant Sounds

Best Toys and Activities for Treating Toddler Articulation

From podcast 418 See each toy and the best target words in italics. Target words are selected based ...
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Treating Trauma in Toddlers with Language Delays/Disorders

Last week I shared some information about Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs. If you missed that, read it here. To ...
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Protection Against Adverse Childhood Experiences

Last weekend I did some reading about Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs and I can't quit thinking about ...
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Is It Me? Tips for Clinical Problem Solving

One of the main questions parents send me at teachmetotalk.com is... I am not seeing progress in my ...
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Not moving forward? Try taking a step back!

Not moving forward?  Try taking a step back! “I attended your course in St. Louis… I used the ...
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Questions about Late Talking

Questions about Late Talking   Here’s the most common question I receive at teachmetotalk.com about late talking from moms and ...
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Book List for Making Books Better #415

In my podcast #415 Making Books Better for Toddlers with Language Delays, I demonstrated strategies for the following ...
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I Need A Plan!

As speech-language pathologists and parents, when a toddler is not talking yet, we rush in to try to ...
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7 Signs of Autism in Toddlers and Preschoolers

7 Signs of Autism in Toddlers Today I want to share 7 signs of autism in toddlers. Watch ...
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