Literacy activities with young children

Popular Posts of 2011: Top Literacy Spots

I am excited today as this Literacy Spot includes my first ever free printable, a set of routine picture cards. Literacy is essential to everyday life.

Early Childhood Daily Picture Schedule.  pictures hung on a ribbon so that the child can just turn the card around when item accomplished.

Printables for year-old's schedule PLUS weekly schedule example from a mom of a child with Autism and a child with ADHD. Great resource for making up a visual schedule for young ones!

Photo by hudsonthego If your toddler has difficulty producing Ms, Bs, or Ps, otherwise known as bilabials, then check out the following list of children’s books. I have personally selected and revi...

Picture Books to Improve Your Toddler’s Speech

12 Top Toys For Your SLP Kit

Top Toy list for language development in toddlers. Also included are easy ways to use each toy to help toddlers learn to talk. Suggestions for each toy and activities /words to help develop language.

What You Can Expect From Speech Therapy

What You Can Expect From Speech Therapy {A Guide for Parents} Part Two: How to Get an Assessment

parent info What You Can Expect From Speech Therapy {A Guide for Parents} Part Three: The Assessment Process - Pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. Your child gets practice writing this sentence and coloring in the picture.

Kindergarten, Preschool Reading, Writing Worksheets: A practice sentence

Kindergarten writing worksheets allow your child to practice early writing skills like drawing, writing their name, and writing a sentence.

If you have ever wondered about your toddler's language development, this is a must read post! Discusses why simply counting your child's words is not a reliable indicator of how your child's communication development is progressing.

Language Basics: How Many Words

Language Basics: Language is more than vocabulary, don't get caught up on the number of words your child says, there's more to it than that.

Amazing website, with tons of ideas for lifeskills and autism classrooms!!!

Quiet Reading- "adapted books for my non-reading students to utilize.Each adapted book has a baggy of laminated pictures that go with the book. As they turn each page, they are responsible for matching the correct picture to the page"