Speech Development Gifts
When looking for speech development gift ideas for loved ones with speech development issues, consider crafts. All crafts stimulate some speech and language in children. Interaction among the child, other children, and adults is important in encouraging speech development.
There are always cute craft ideas for girls, however finding crafts that will interest boys is a bit harder sometimes. That’s why Sticky Mosaics are at the top of my craft list.
I am a huge fan of Sticky Mosaics. My kids love these! They are in essence a puzzle, matching color game, matching number game, thought provoking awesome craft for kids!! This craft not only is creative but works on attention span, sequential tasks, and categorizing colors and numbers. They are easy to use and mess free. Sticky Mosaics use peel-and-stick technology on their foam tiles and jewels. They are designed around the “paint by numbers” concept. For boys there are dinosaurs, sports, astronauts and other themes that will interest them.
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If you are a Speechtails.com subscriber, there are more extensive speech development gift ideas on the Speech Tails website at the Resources link. If you are not a Speechtails.com subscriber, please consider giving a Speech Tails subscription. Speech Tails provides an affordable, flexible and fun self-directed speech development system that provides real speech development results. Our online assessment will help you know where your loved one stands in terms of speech development. You can register for a three-day trial, take the assessment and use all the tools available on our web site. After your three-day trial, the subscription is only $25 a month and there is no contract. Keep your subscription for as long or short as you need it. There are no fees, no commitments and no credit cards needed to try the Speech Tails program for the first three days!
I hope this helps with your shopping lists. Most of all, have fun with it! You can also visit www.toytips.com for more ideas on children toys. Please send other thoughts or questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit me at SpeechTails.com for other ideas on improving speech development.