Chicken Soup for the SLP Soul {Blog Hop}

Welcome to the Chicken Soup for the SLP Soul Blog Hop! If this is your first stop, here is how it works: Several SLP bloggers will be sharing stories from their careers in a “Chicken Soup for the Soul” style. We hope you find these stories inspiring, funny, or just plain fun ....more

Where on Earth Have I BEEN? {And How You Can Help Me Help YOU}

Holy moly. It is February. And I have not written a blog post in over 8 weeks! ...more

12 {Last Minute} Halloween Books to Build Speech & Language Skills in Young Children

It’s just a week until Halloween! Are you looking for some last minute books to help build speech and language skills in young children?...more

Blogger Baseball Bash: Sublime Speech vs. playing with words 365 {AMAZON GIVEAWAY!}

Tonight is the second game in the World Series. And you know what? MY TEAM IS UP! ...more

Your Child’s Vision Development: It’s More than 20/20

I am excited to share a post by my friend Katherine, occupational therapist and handwriting specialist who writes over at Handwriting with Katherine. Today Katherine shares with us valuable information about vision development and health in young children. Though my daughter is followed closely by a pediatric...more

Going on a Stick Hunt {Inspired by Julia Donaldson’s Stick Man}

Welcome to the October installment of the Virtual Book Club for Kids! This month, our spotlight author is Julia Donaldson and I am super excited about our book of the month and our language building activity to go along! A Little About Stick Man Stick Man lives in his home with his family when one day he gets carried off by a dog who thinks he makes a great fetching toy ....more

12 Fall Books to Support Speech & Language Development Young Children

Today marks the first day of my favorite season: FALL. That means that it’s time to break out the FALL THEMED BOOKs which are FANTASTIC for speech & language learning. Today, I’d love to share 12 FALL books that can help support speech & language development in young children ....more

How to Choose Great Children’s Books to Support Speech & Language Development {Infants, Toddlers & Preschoolers}

We know from the plethora of research out there that READING to our children is one of the best things we can do to help develop their language. Read, read, READ! But…are all books created equal? ...more

Stick People Story Telling

I’m happy to bring you a guest post from a great Occupational Therapist, Cindy, who blogs at Your Kids OT. Today, she is going to share an adorable & simple...more