Preschool Talk Box
The purpose of the Talk Box is to give parents suggestions to help create language-rich environments at home, in the park, at the mall, or anywhere. It is meant to be a resource for any parent. It is not meant to be a substitute for a speech-language pathologist.
Checklists:What children should be understanding and saying at each age.
Toy CardsHow to use toys to help develop talking and listening skills.
Newsletters:Everyday tips, activities to try, what to expect, when to get help and where to get help, for children birth to 5 years.
Monthly Activities:Seasonal activities, including songs, books and crafts for each month of the year.
How to Use the Talk BoxA brief description of what is included in the Talk Box, why it was included, and how to use it.
Resource ListA list of additional books, DVDs, videos, and web sites with more information about speech and language development.
Learning More Than One LanguageThis gives information to families that speak a different language than English.
Referral CardWhere to Get Help when you need it
Copyright © 2007, Capital Health and Calgary Health Region. All rights reserved.