Self-Help Speech Therapy Books 

 Empowering parents to help their children communicate more effectively

 

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The Cow Says Moo  

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The Cow Says Moo Speech Therapy Books for Children

 

* *SPEECH THERAPY BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN IMITATE SIMPLE SOUNDS* *

Toddler Talk: Vowels 

Written by a special education teacher, the Toddler Talk speech therapy self-help series of books empowers parents to help their children learn how to speak by concentrating on the building blocks for speech development. Toddler Talk: Vowels focuses on short and long vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u).

Toddler Talk:  Consonants 

Written by a special education teacher, the Toddler Talk speech therapy series of self-help books empowers parents to help their children learn how to speak by concentrating on the building blocks for speech development. Toddler Talk: Consonants focuses on the sounds that correspond to these eleven consonant letters: b, p, c, d, g, h, m, n, s, t, and w.

Toddler Talk:  Consonants and Digraphs 

Written by a special education teacher, the Toddler Talk speech therapy series of self-help books empowers parents to help their children learn how to speak by concentrating on the building blocks for speech development. Toddler Talk: Consonants and Digraphs focuses on the consonant and digraph sounds that correspond to these letters: f, r, z, j, l, v, y, q, ch, th and sh.

* *SPEECH THERAPY BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN IMITATE SIMPLE WORDS * *

Toddler Talk: Consonant-Vowel Words  

The Toddler Talk speech therapy series of self-help books empowers parents to help their children learn how to speak by concentrating on the building blocks for speech development. Toddler Talk: Consonant-Vowel Words focuses on twelve simple words: bee, no, bow, sea, tie, wee, hay, moo, dough, go, pea, and key.

 * *SPEECH THERAPY BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN IMITATE

2 AND 3 WORD COMBINATIONS* *

The Baby Owl Says Hoo! 

One of a series of speech therapy childrens self-help books developed by a special education teacher, The Baby Owl Says Hoo! is an effective tool for helping young children with speech and language delays and articulation disorders, including developmental apraxia. Help your child speak more clearly and have fun at the same time! This book in the series uses animal sounds, along with an engaging combination of child-friendly drawings and simple text. This book is recommended for children with a developmental age between 18 and 36 months.

* * CHILDREN'S BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN RESPOND TO WH QUESTIONS * *

WH-52

52 WH Questions to Help Young Children's Social, Emotional and Language Development (All About Me)

 

Before the age of three, children typically can understand and respond to simple questions such as “What is your name?” and “Where is your nose?” These types of questions are known as “WH questions.” As children get older, the complexity of WH questions increases. Some children adapt easily, but others do not. For children in the second category, the WH-52 workbook provides 52 simple who, what, where, and when questions, one for each week of the year. Each workbook page consists of the following items: • One WH question with a graphic representation of the type of question (who, what, where, or when). • A response statement that you can practice with your child. • A blank template to insert your own photograph, magazine cut-out, or clip art. All About Me, the first workbook in the WH-52 series, focuses on personal questions, such as “What is your name?”, “Where do you live?” and “Who lives with you?” WH-52 is an essential tool for assisting children who are having difficulty with WH questions.

 


Before the age of three, children typically can understand and respond to simple questions such as “What is your name?” and “Where is your nose?” These types of questions are known as “WH questions.” As children get older, the complexity of WH questions increases. Some children adapt easily, but others do not. For children in the second category, the WH-52 workbook provides 52 simple who, what, where, and when questions, one for each week of the year. Each workbook page consists of the following items: • One WH question with a graphic representation of the type of question (who, what, where, or when). • A response statement that you can practice with your child. • A blank template to insert your own photograph, magazine cut-out, or clip art. WH-52 All About Things focuses on features, functions and associations of common objects with questions like, “What do you do with a spoon?”, “Where do you put a hat?” and “Who wears a diaper?” WH-52 is an essential tool for assisting children who are having difficulty with WH questions.

* * CHILDREN'S BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN FILL-IN-THE-BLANK* *

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

 

Eric Carle’s familiar illustrations of brown bear, red bird, yellow duck and the other endearing animals from his classic creation parade across the pages of this great interactive board book. As each page is turned, a new animal and its color are introduced, accompanied by Bill Martin’s singsong, rhyming question-and-response text to read aloud or listen to. There are sliding doors throughout the book, which children will just love to open, so they can discover what the next animal in this engaging story will be.

Ready, Set, Go

Colorful pictures and simple rhyming texts help children guess what's peeking through the die-cut windows in these two fun board books. The anticipation of what's hiding on the next page and th bright, engaging illustrations will keep youngsters guessing and giggling all the way to the suprise endings.

Peek-a-Who?

Colorful pictures and simple rhyming texts help children guess what's peeking through the die-cut windows in these two fun board books. The anticipation of what's hiding on the next page and the bright, engaging illustrations will keep youngsters guessing and giggling all the way to the suprise endings.

* * SPEECH THERAPY BOOKS TO HELP CHILDREN IMITATE PHRASES * *

The Big Book of Exclamations

The Big Book of Exclamations is an educational book written by a speech pathologist and designed to promote speech sound development and imitation of gestures, sounds and words. Unlike most books, it doesn't have a story to read. Instead, along the bottom of each page there are prompts which teach parents/caregivers how to act out the illustrations and interact using gestures, sounds, words, or phrases depending on their child's ability. The book shows parents how to modify what they say about each illustration in order to maximize their child's communication potential. It is also filled with information which helps parents understand speech language development and it lists resources for those seeking advice. A wonderful book for young children with typical speech development and those considered "late talkers". It makes a perfect gift for new parents, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.