My Speech Therapy Bag

As a paren't of deaf children who were in speech therapy before they were even old enough to talk, we often taught them through pretend play. Here are some examples of great items small enough to fit into a bag to keep on hand for opportunistic learning!

Dr. Seuss Children's Books
Dr. Seuss Children's Books

Books can add variety and are easily interchangeable. Throw in a book or two and after you have read it several times, looked at pictures, talked about pictures, and you think you've done everything, hand it over to the child and let them "read" to you. Working on sequence and detail, the child will need to recall events and retell you the story!

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