Here are speech/language therapy books specifically targeting speech/language concepts in each story in a fun, repetitive, and motivational way to support children with speech/language development.

Are you asking yourself, “What Should I Read for Speech Therapy?” How about “Griffin’s Garage: A Speech/Language Book for Toddlers and Preschoolers on Everything Cars & Trucks, Sequencing, Songs, and Functions.”

This story book encourages interaction with your little ones with fun car noises you can say together, playful sequencing of car-related events like washing a car, changing oil, and fixing a flat tire, and vocabulary tracking sheets and songs in the back of the book for expanding on speech/language development skills.

The best thing you can do to help your toddlers with speech development is to create shared enjoyment through engaging and motivating activities and pairing with words to promote speech/language skill support within a playful environment at home!

Watch the video below and check out other related speech/language books by Steph Winkeler in the description of the video!

This article contains general information and any material and content contained in this article is for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your qualified healthcare provider and/or local Speech-Language Therapist with any questions you may have regarding your child’s development.

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