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Talking with Your Toddler Activity Book

Fun Exercises and Games That Promote Verbalizing, Teach New Words, and Encourage Language

Published by Ulysses Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

Help your child learn and practice talking with this fun activity book packed with family-friendly exercises, conversation topics, and vocabulary recommendations—perfect for parents who want to make sure their child develops a firm grasp of language and speech.

Teaching your child to talk doesn’t have to be all work and no play! This ready-to-use activity book is perfect for practicing talking and encouraging verbalizing, whether you’re at home or on the go. Packed with interactive exercises that promote verbalization and vocabulary-building in young children, this book includes:

  • Coloring pages
  • Cut-and-paste activities
  • Seasonal and holiday-themed projects
  • And much more!

Written by experienced speech professionals, the activities in this book make for a wonderful bonding experience between parents and children, and can also be used by speech language teachers as a supplement to their lessons. The end of each activity, you’ll find conversation topics, book suggestions, and relevant songs to sing to get you and your child talking and communicating effectively!

Teresa Laikko, MS, CCC-SLP, is a certified speech-language pathologist with over 30 years of experience. She has provided services in schools, private practice, and home health and has owned her own successful private speech pathology practice. Teresa has worked with clients with autism, apraxia, fluency, intellectual impairments, and articulation and language delays and disorders. She is a member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Teresa lives in Phoenix, AZ, with her husband and her crazy dog.

Laura Laikko, MS, CCC-SLP, is a certified speech-language pathologist. She has provided services for populations such as toddlers, school-age children, and adults. Laura has worked with clients with autism, apraxia, fluency, intellectual impairments, and articulation and language delays and disorders. She is a member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Laura lives in Phoenix, AZ, and spends her free time with her family and friends.