When you watch your child struggling to talk, you look for help and we have come up with 5 Great Toddler Speech Delay Books. These books outline tips for making your kids vocabulary larger in easy ways. Speech therapy may be needed for some children, but you as a parent can begin working with them on a regular basis by utilzing the tips within these books.
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5 Great Toddler Speech Delay Books
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Building Verbal Imitation In Toddlers: This book available on Kindle is a great choice that will help you learn what words and sounds are easiest for your child to mimic. Imitation really is the basis of speech.
My Toddler Talks – Strategies & Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development: If you are concerned about your child not meeting speech expectations, this is a great book to begin with. It gives great ideas for how to incorporate speech development into every day life.
Talking With Toddlers – 52 Tips To Boost Speech & Language Skills: This book is a great method of spending one day a week helping your child focus on speech and language. With 52 unique ideas, it makes it easy or parents to focus on a new aspect each week with their child.
The Big Book Of Exclamations Promote Speech Development: Utilizing all kinds of common sounds is a great way to help build your child’s speech. Encouraging them to use their vocal chords to make common exclamations is an easy way to increase their vocabulary in no time. This book is full of common sounds that you can encourage your child to make while helping them to form words.
Help Your Struggling Child Learn To Talk: This book is a detailed account of how to help your child learn to talk. With ideas that any parent can implement, it is a great choice for those who are worried about their child reaching common speech milestones. With medical information and tips from therapists, this is a great book that looks at your child’s individual needs.
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Gone are the days where helping your child was something you couldn’t do. Invest in their future and help them to learn sounds, noises and simple words to build their vocabulary. While these toddler speech delay books are great resources, they are not a substitute for proper medical care, studies, tests and speech therapy. If you suspect your child is delayed with speech, don’t delay in asking you physician for further testing.
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37 thoughts on “5 Great Toddler Speech Delay Books”
All of my kids have/had speech delay issues. I bet these books would have worked well when they were younger.
These are good tools to have available. Our little guys only problem is sometimes their brains are running faster than their mouths can work. In all honesty, I have that problem a lot too when I get over excited.
We were worried about my grandson. My daughter had taught him some sign language at a vary early age. He learned it quickly and used it all the time. But when all of his little buddies started talking, he didn’t. He just turned three and is finally able to put some four and five word sentences together.
These look like great books! I’m going to share this list with my sister, my nephew is struggling a little and she’s looking for help with his speech!
Good to know they actually have those kind of books. Looks like a great list of books, and very helpful too.
Great books for new parents to learn when to start worrying if the child has speech delay. These books are preliminary helps and not to be confused as therapy books.
I do not yet have kids but these are nice books to know about, I will share with my sister in law
Those look like really cute books!!
My nephew had some speech delays. These books would have been very helpful for him
These are definitely great resources to read and learn more about in dealing with toddlers. Never even knew books like this were out there!
I wish there would of been resources like this easily available when I was a kid. I had a lot of speech problems when I was little, so it’s something I’m definitely going to be keeping an eye on my kids for.
My neighbor’s son has a speech delay. Reading to himk daily, multiple times for short sessions was part of his speech therapy homework. These look great!
My toddler could use some of these books. Thanks for the good references.
These all seem like great resources for parents! I’ll have to keep them in mind for the future 🙂
What great resources. We dont have too much of a problem with kiddo and her speech. She has always done good in that department. But now she has a hard time staying focuses and it is starting to cause her some troubles.
Thank you so much for this post because I will be sharing it with my best friend who is going through this right now with her daughter. Great post!!
These are great books to help with that. My youngest two both have speech delays and have trouble pronouncing different things. I picked up a couple of these at the librabry and they helped my 8 year old get through kindergarten. Great books.
These sound like some very helpful books. I’m so thankful my son is doing well with his speech so far but I know someone who could definitely benefit from these books so I’ll pass this post along to her. Thanks so much!
My Toddler Talks sounds good. I like that it can be done in just a one day a week thing.
Wow these sound great! I have a friend who could use these right now, I will have to have her check them out!
These are definitely awesome books to read in dealing with toddlers. I have to look into those when the time comes.
It’s great that there are books like these available for those who have speech delays. Thanks for sharing these information.
My kids talked early and I couldn’t get them to hush. 🙂 These are all great books for toddlers with speech delays. Back when my kids were small they’re wasn’t anything like this on the market. So glad to see times are a changing.
These sound like great books for toddlers with speech delays. I had a speech delay when I was younger and had a tutor in first thru second grade. Thanks for sharing.
These sounds like really great books for those who may be concerned with their toddlers speech. Thankfully my little guy is talking more and more each day.
This is the first time that I’ve heard about books such as these and I think it’s great that there are companies that focus on making materials that help toddlers and parents of toddlers with speech delay.
These books are sure to be helpful for all young readers. I never knew about these.
These are great helpful books specially for first time parents. For sure many will find this really interesting to read.
Ow, this is awesome! I’ll bookmarked it, my son need this thank you so much.
What a very helpful post for parents giong through this!! As a teacher I really appreciate the help that you are giving parents because essentially it helps ME when these students come to class!
Thank you so much for sharing these book titles. Our youngest son has severe speech delays. Will check these out.
These sound like awesome books! My little guy has a speech delay so we’ll check them out!
My son had a speech delay when he was younger. These books would of helped him a lot. I hope they will help others.
What a great resource! I know plenty of moms that need to refer to this page so I am going to send them this way! Thanks for posting!
This is a great resource for any parent whose child has a speech delay. My kids never had that, but I’ve seen kids who did, and sometimes they were bullied mercilessly.
I wish I had known about these when my little one had a delay. These all sound like great resources.
These books are great to know about! A valuable resource for parents!