How to Use Books to Improve Toddlers’ Communication Skills


How to Use Books to Improve Toddlers’ Communication Skills

how to read books to toddlers

Last month, I happily contributed a fantastic article to the fine folks over at Pediastaff entitled, How to Use Books to Improve Toddlers’ Communication Skills. If you are interested in this topic or are wondering how to engage your toddler in book reading to promote language development, or simply need a few suggestions, I highly recommend checking it out.

Click HERE to read the article.

If you enjoyed this post, please read:

Getting Your Toddler to Say the “P”, “B” and “M” Sounds

Types of Books to Improve Your Toddler’s Language

Happy talking. Happy reading.

Kimberly Scanlon, M.A. CCC-SLP, is a speech language pathologist practicing in Bergen County, NJ. She provides speech therapy for children and adults through her private practice Scanlon Speech Therapy, LLC. Recently, she published her first book, My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development.

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6 thoughts on “How to Use Books to Improve Toddlers’ Communication Skills

  1. Thanks so much for all these tips. I especially want to share them with the Spanish-speaking parents of my clients. Any chance you’ve had any of your work translated?

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