Creative Speech Products is the home of Teddy Talker,™ an innovative tool designed to promote early articulation skills with the connection to print. Teddy Talker™ materials are specifically created to build an auditory, visual, tactile and kinesthetic process linking sound knowledge and production with literacy foundation skills in a fun-filled way.

Teddy Talker supports learning through a child-friendly bear format. Children are actually guided to construct sounds while working with the corresponding letter.  To begin, check out our Teddy Talker™ Foundation Kit and Teddy Talker™ Mouth Position Cards with Reinforcement Rhymes. Learn more about using Teddy Talker™ as a tool to meet Common Core State Standards. Teddy Talker™ can be used in speech therapy, special education and regular education RTI settings. Embark on a special teaching adventure with our unique Teddy Talker™ materials.  At Creative Speech Products, learning can be grrrreat fun!

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19 Jun 2015

Teddy visits New Jersey

Thank you to all of the educators who came out to see Teddy in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. It was a fun-filled way to end the school year!

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4 Jun 2015

FLASHA Conference

Teddy’s creator, Linda Siciliano, was invited to present on the topic, “A Manipulative-based Approach to Speech, Language and Early Literacy” at the Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists’ annual May conference in Fort Lauderdale. This workshop allowed SLPs to experience the innovative manipulative approach “first hand!

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25 May 2015

Webinar on Speech, Language and Literacy

The National Institute for Learning Development has invited Teddy’s creator, Linda Siciliano, to present a webinar on “Speech and Language: Foundation for Literacy.” This one hour webinar will take place live on on Tuesday, May 26 at 12:00 EST. If you miss it, you can still access recorded session! Registration is through www.NILD.org

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