Preschool Talk

Preschool Talk is Third eBook in our child language development book series and it is written for parents whose child may have a expressive or receptive language delay, teachers who want ideas how to create a language rich classroom, or parents who simply want to foster strong speaking and listening skills.

HONESTLY, ALL PARENTS SHOULD READ THIS BOOK!

For only $9.99, it is all yours! 1/10 of ONE speech therapy session, you can give your preschooler the boost he/she needs!

We made it affordable. You're welcome :)

This eBook is all about the preschool years, ages 3-4 of language development.

If you simply want to foster your child's language development and your child is 3 years old, this book is for you?

If your child is 3 or older and has a speech and/or language delay, this book is PERFECT for you!

Speech therapy can be expensive, hard to qualify for, and simply just not enough to make the progress you want to see. You can easily work on speaking and listening skills at home. With Preschool Talk, you will learn what skills are expected at this age and what you can do to help!


Is Preschool Talk right for my child?

This eBook is for children who:

  • Are talking in full sentences
  • Having trouble answering questions correctly
  • Have a low vocabulary
  • Are in speech therapy
  • Has a speech language delay
  • Delayed grammar skills
  • Uses 10-50 words consistently
  • Is anywhere from 3-6 years old. Your child may be older than 4, and that is OKAY and NORMAL! 
  • Needs to work on exanding vocabulary
  • Needs to story telling skills
  • Needs to work on colors & grammar
  • Who may have been a late talker and is still trying to catch up to peers

What's So Special About Preschool Talk?

Preschool Talk will actually HELP your child. There isn't any gimmicks or empty promises here. . 

Instead, Toddler Talking is based on RESEARCH BASED speech and language treatment strategies and follows the researched based developmental speech and language milestones of children. 

In this eBook, you will learn what a 3-4 year old child should be able to do regarding expressive and receptive language development. Then, you will learn FUNCTIONAL ways to work on developing these language skills throughout the day.

Your child will practice early developing grammar skills and story re-tell abilities throughout the day. They will practice colors while on a walk. Practice answering questions before bed. There are SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE ways to help your child as you go about your day.

What's Included:

This eBook is divided into the following chapters:

  • Introduction and review of developmental milestones
  • Learning Colors
  • Grammar Games
  • WH Questions
  • Simple Story Structure (SOOO Important!)
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Vocabulary Learning (Crucial!)

My child is already 4. Should I buy this book?

Depends....This book is great for all children who is working on any of the above mentioned language skills. If your child has trouble answering WH questions or retelling stories, then "yes!" this book is for you. Don't get caught up on the ages. Instead, look at the skills your child has and areas of need. 

If your child has a speech and/or language delay or is just a bit behind, then this book is for you! For only $9.99, you have 25 pages of easy game ideas. No worksheets, just functional language "games."

Really, this book is for everyone.

Who Should Buy This Book?

  • Parents
  • Caregivers
  • Speech Language Pathologists
  • Daycare Providers
  • Preschool Teachers

Buying Options:

1. Here! You can download this book instantly. Click the link below. For only $9.99, it is yours, right now! After paying, you will be taken to a page with the book. Don't forget to download :)

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference.

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