Preschool Talk Box - Alberta Human Services - Government of Alberta

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 Box – A brief description of what is included in the Talk Box, why it was included, and how to use it.

Resource List – A list of additional books, DVDs, videos, and web sites with more information about speech and language development.

Learning More Than One Language – This gives information to families that speak a different language than English.

Referral Card – Where to Get Help when you need it

Created: 2013-10-25
PID: 17270