The Ultimate List of Toddler Speech and Language Resources
This page includes all of my favorite resources (e.g. books, products, websites, etc.) related to toddler speech and language development.
Since I am also a parent, I have included some additional parenting resources that make me a more peaceful, mindful, and educated parent.
Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase. Such commissions help to maintain the cost of this blog. I have read and use all of these books, products, and websites. I recommend them because they are very insightful.
I will update this list as time goes on. If you have a favorite resource, please do not hesitate to contact me email@example.com
Recommendations for particular diagnoses (e.g. Autism, Apraxia) or for anything related to speech, language, feeding or oral motor development for PRESCHOOLERS and above please click here.
Books on Speech, Language, Feeding, and Oral Motor Development:
Click here to read my review of Just Play with Me.
Books on Parenting, Behavior Management and Social Emotional Development:
These are books that I have read and have helped me as a parent. I am recommending them as a parent.
For more information on how to enhance your child’s social and emotional development please read my interview with Jill Kuzma.
Recommended Websites for Early Intervention, Toddler Development and Toddler Speech and Language:
This website is affiliated with Virginia’s Integrated Training Collative and the Partnership for People with Disabilities at Virginia Commonwealth University. It shares tips and strategies practitioners can use when working with families of infants and toddlers with special needs within the context of their everyday routines.
This is an awesome website with a large selection of parent friendly suggestions and activities on how to build your child’s language one day at a time. If you like My Toddler Talks, you’ll love Katie’s site.
A fantastic website created by fellow pediatric speech language pathologist, Laura Mize, who specializes in treating young children, ages birth to three. Laura shares tips, activities, videos, and more via her blog posts, podcast, and books to help you help your child communicate.
Hanen is an innovative organization in Toronto, Canada that has been supporting parents, speech-language pathologists and educators worldwide since 1975 in their efforts to develop language and literacy skills in toddlers and preschool children.
The Urban Child Institute is a not for profit organization that provides information, resources, and intervention programs for children from conception to age three in Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee.
ZERO TO THREE is a national, nonprofit organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.
Toys and Games to Support Speech and Language Development:
Picture Books to Support Speech and Language Development:
I hope this list has been helpful! Please bookmark this page as it will be updated regularly.
Make it a great day!