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Reading Tips for Parents of Children with Speech and Language Delays

Reading Tips for Parents of Children with Speech and Language Delays Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP Children with speech and language delays can have difficulties expressing their feelings in words or actions.  They can even have a rough time explaining things plainly and understanding spoken or written text. Talking to your child and making them identify …

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Talking to Your Child Helps Expand Vocabulary

Talking to Your Child Helps Expand Vocabulary Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP Words are important to the imagination and words express feelings, thoughts, ideas, and information. With this in mind, it is necessary to promote the growth of children’s vocabulary in order to improve language and reading skills required to excel in school. Adults in a …

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It’s never too early to begin encouraging language development

It’s never too early to begin encouraging language development Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP It’s never too early to begin encouraging language development as the early years of a child’s life are the prime time for learning. Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy will open your eyes to the importance of communication with your …

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Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy and Talk, Play, And Read With Me Daddy

Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy and Talk, Play, And Read With Me Daddy Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy and Talk, Play, And Read With Me Daddy by Jo Ann Gramlich is a set of children’s interactive activity books that are designed to enhance and develop children’s …

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 Miss JoJo’s “TALK, PLAY, AND READ WITH ME MOMMY”

Miss JoJo’s “TALK, PLAY, AND READ WITH ME MOMMY” Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP Through Miss JoJo’s book, she has taught readers that talking and interacting with children begins as early as the day they are born. “Talk, Play, and Read with Me Mommy: Interactive Activities to Enhance Your Child’s Language Development from Birth to …

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There’s nothing more magical than interacting with a child…

There’s nothing more magical than interacting with a child… Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP There’s nothing more magical than interacting with a child, especially when you know you’re encouraging them to say their first true words. Starting as early as birth, you can begin to talk, play, and read with your child and become actively involved …

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Storytelling: A Gift of Love and Bonding

Storytelling: A Gift of Love and Bonding Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP When people mention the word storytelling, what often comes to mind is the depiction of children gathered and sitting around a person telling stories, using hand gestures to dramatically describe the characters and what they’re doing. Author Jo Ann Gramlich’s Talk, Play, and Read …

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5 Fantastic Book Reads for Child Language Development

5 Fantastic Book Reads for Child Language Development Jo Ann Gramlich, MS, CCC-SLP  Although each child acquires language at a different rate, children typically start developing their language skills at about four to six months of age. Babies will begin making consonant sounds, such as “da, da, da” at around 4-6 months. They will also begin …

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