Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Talkin' Tuesdays: A Link Up for Language (Really this time!)

My apologies if you saw this on blogger earlier today and clicked over only to find an 
empty page. I had a few, um, technical issues. Hopefully all is good now! :)

Welcome to my first ever Talkin' Tuesday- a link up designed to create a page full of ideas for language learning!  There are some amazing blogs out there and I'm excited to see our collective wisdom and resources unfold in front of us. If you are here to learn, I hope that you find what you are looking for. And if you are here to share, thank you for helping give others the gift of language.

Although the theme of this link up is language, the scope of it is large- your post doesn't have to be directly related to language to link up. Child development is a huge piece of language development, so I welcome any posts related to this topic as well.  Crafts, books, and games all provide a rich environment for any type of speech and language activities and we speech-language therapists are always on the look-out for creative ideas and awesome books; sharing yours is a gift to parents and speech-language therapists alike.

Please feel free to link-up below if you are a blogger with a post on:
  • Speech, Language, or Hearing
  • Child Development
  • Craft Activities 
  • Children's Books
  • Children's Games
Happy Talkin' Tuesday!


    1. Hi! Just linked up my Flannel Board Pizza Box post, thanks for inviting me! Looking forward to learning and sharing with you here.

    2. I have linked up ;-) We are happy to share. My blog is simply a potpourri of tips, tricks and ideas related to speech therapy. This is a great idea, Becca!

    3. Great blog!

    4. So good to hear from you! I really enjoy your blog. My blog slplearningcurve.blogspot.com is focused on ideas for SLPs who work with elementary school ages. I'd love to have more amazing SLPs give feedback and insights on my blog. It's my hope that it will be a useful source for school SLPs and someday a great collaborative tool. Come visit and leave comments with any ideas or insights you have!