Posts in Holidays & Seasonal
Halloween Books for Language Development

Halloween is quickly approaching, and I always like to incorporate holidays into speech-language therapy.  It is important to teach children about American traditions starting at a young age.  Over the years, I have found several books that teach children about Halloween and give a perfect opportunity to work on speech and language skills.  While reading these books I introduce new vocabulary and work on wh-questions (‘what’, ‘who’, ‘where’, ‘when’, ‘why’).  Below is a list of my favorite books about Halloween.

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Fall Books for Language Development

Books are my favorite way for parents and/or caregivers to work on language skills at home.  Reading with your child can easily be incorporated into your daily routine.  Language skills you can address while you read with your child include vocabulary, adjectives, wh-question (‘what’, ‘who’, ‘where’, ‘when’, and ‘why’), sequencing, and syntax.  Below is a list I complied of my favorite fall books for language development.

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