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“I’ve had Speech Blubs for less than a week and he’s already saying more!”. - Positive review on the App Store.
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Brisbane user Darnica2 had the loveliest words about our app. Thank you so much for the kind words and we’re so happy to be helping.
Give us a like and share us with anyone else in Queensland who you think could benefit from a great, fun educational tool like Speech Blubs!
One of the most easily overlooked such skills is drawing. Especially kids who sometimes have difficulties speaking find drawing to be a great way of expressing themselves.
Does your child enjoy drawing? Post an example of your child’s best work.
Speech Blubs has a lot of love for Los Angeles, as the city might be considered Speech Blubs’ symbolic second home. We properly introduced our app to the world at last year’s ASHA convention in LA and we’ve had a soft spot for the City of Angels ever since.
The science about peer imitation is one of the guiding principles behind Speech Blubs. Kids simply learn better when they imitate other children instead of adults.
But we need to have some fun every now and again, too, right? Imitating animal sounds is a great warmup.
Every now and again we like to share some great tips on developing secondary skills that promote speech and fluency. Role-playing and reenacting are two great techniques. Putting themselves in other roles helps kids find words that might not necessarily be their own.
America’s Finest City had some mighty fine things to say about our app. We’re so glad to helping user Boombarta’s 2-year old build their vocabulary!
Give a big tweet if you’re from San Diego, too! Oh, and send some of that famous sunshine our way 😉