Get Kids Talking with These Fun Books

One of the best parts of working with kids is trying out new games, toys, and books! In therapy sessions, we rely on play and fun to capture kids’ attention and teach them new skills. We love when new language skills emerge during naturalistic activities like playing pretend, taking turns, or reading a book.

And there is a book for everything: teaching first words, labeling, identification, descriptive words, classifications, and even complex conversational and social skills. In fact, there are so many books that finding the right ones can be very difficult. So we have done the work for you. Here are some of our favorite books to get kids talking!

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Finding and Labeling

Identifying Emotions

Describing Actions

Describing with Adjectives, Adverbs, and Pronouns

Describing Function, Feature, and Class

Making Conversation

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