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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9 Sep 2014

B.E.A.R.R.-y new!

Our newest Teddy addition is the B.E.A.R.R. Track Game. “B.E.A.R.R.” stands for “Building Articulation and Reading Readiness,” which is at the heart of what Teddy materials do. Our cards use friendly Teddy visuals and the activities are completely aligned with the Teach Together Toolkit. Children build their Bear Track Trail, sound-letter knowledge and phonemic awareness [...]

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6 Aug 2014

A Teddy thank you!

Teddy sends a big thank you to all our SLP colleagues who found their way to our booth at the ASHA Schools Conference. The trail led to our newest product…The B.E.A.R.R. Track Game! Another fun-filled, multisensory way to learn about letters and sounds! Remember to call for our ASHA discount through September 30!

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18 Jul 2014

Ready for Teddy at ASHA Schools 2014

Teddy’s bear tracks lead to Pittsburgh on July 25 for the ASHA Schools Conference. Visit Booth 408 as we unveil our newest product…(there’s a hint in the first sentence about what it might be…)

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