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My Toddler Talks – Book Reviews by Speech Language Pathologists
My Toddler Talks – Book Reviews
I’m thrilled to report that many individuals who have independently reviewed My Toddler Talks have found it to be a worthwhile resource! If you are interested in reading what people are saying and writing about My Toddler Talks, please read below! I value all my customers input and if you have read it, I would love to hear your thoughts, please email me at [email protected] Thank you!
Jennifer Hatfield, MHS, CCC-SLP of Therapy and Learning Services
Last night, ASHA certified speech language pathologist, Jennifer Hatfield of Therapy and Learning Services reviewed My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development on her blogtalk radio podcast. Jennifer did an awesome job telling her listeners about My Toddler Talks. If you are interested in listening, please tune in at Therapy and Learning Services Review of My Toddler Talks by Kim Scanlon.
Read about her review on her blog at Speech Lady Jen!
Every week, Jennifer broadcasts live on blogtalk radio to share various speech and language tips, book reviews, and interviews. Archived episodes are also available. Tune in today!
Thank you, Jennifer.
Sherry Artemenko, MA, CCC-SLP of Play on Words and the Pal Award had this to say about My Toddler Talks:
“It has been my experience that parents often know how to talk to and stimulate their baby but feel challenged when he becomes a toddler. Moms ask me more frequently what kind of toys to get their toddler and what activities to engage in during play time. Kimberly has filled the gap for parents, caregivers and therapists with her easy to use guide.”
Read more at Play on Words!
Thank you, Sherry!
Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP of Speech and Language Kids
Carrie did a great job of breaking down and explaining (but not revealing too much) each section of My Toddler Talks. She sums up her review by stating:
“I love this book for parents of children with speech and language delays! This book is geared for toddler-aged children who are not using much language yet but I argue that these techniques could be used for older children as well to develop language skills that are already there but aren’t quite as advanced as they need to be. You could very easily adapt any of these activities to be just a little harder for your little guy or girl. All in all, I highly recommend this book!”
Read more at Speech and Language Kids.
Thank you, Carrie!
Becca Jarzynski, M.S., CCC-SLP of Child Talk writes:
“This book promises to provide parents with strategies and activities to promote their child’s language development- and it delivers. After looking through it, I have lots to say about it, the first of which is this: If you like Child Talk, you will love My Toddler Talks.”
Read more at Child Talk.
Thank you, Becca!
Tatyana Elleseff, M.A.,CCC-SLP of Smart Speech Therapy:
“The suggestions Kimberly makes are very practical and task execution is very simple. All the materials such as bubbles, cubes, dolls, puppets, and so on can be easily found in most households with young children. No specialized and expensive materials/toys are needed. The instructions are both specific enough (which is very helpful to many parents) and easy enough that the tasks and activities are not at all intimidating (no complex organization/planning required).”
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Thank you, Tatyana!
Kimberly Scanlon, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech language pathologist, an author and a mother. As the owner of Scanlon Speech Therapy, LLC, a unique boutique practice in Bergen County, Kimberly embraces individuality and treats the whole person. Her goal is to spread compassion, hope, and some speech, language and literacy tips one moment, one person at a time. Her first book, My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development and her her second book, Learning to Read is a Ball are available for purchase at online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
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