BABBLING WITH BABIES® is a subscription based series focusing on strategies for parents to facilitate their baby’s early speech and language skills. Each month, a packet arrives with information about a specific facilitative strategy for the parent to learn about and practice with their baby. All of the topics are related to the age range from birth to two years of age.
Subscriptions
Option for 6 and 12 Month Subscriptions

*Gift address or special instructions can be added at checkout.
Please allow up to 4 weeks for initial package to be shipped.

Outside of the continental United States: 
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Binder Only

The binder from the BABBLING WITH BABIES™ subscription is available for purchase (without the toys or materials of the full series). In addition, you will receive a speech/language developmental chart from 0-7 years of age. Topics include: Conversation, Reading, Music, Parentese, Pause Time, Joint Focus, Play, Outside the Toy Box, Creating Needs, Nursery Rhymes, High Expectations, and the Performance Trap. Each month contains the pages called Talk, Play, Read, and Think (see the sample page links by the BABBLING WITH BABIES™ product description).

$32.50 plus s&h


Outside of the continental United States: 
Special order only by request through customer service. Contact Us

Each month’s packet includes:

“READ” PAGE:
a one-page synopsis which describes the main idea for the month.
“PLAY” PAGE:
describes various activities to help promote the skill utilizing the included object.
“TALK” PAGE:
practical suggestions for expanding language and communication through daily routines and common places.
“THINK” PAGE:
a question or task for the caregiver to complete to further bridge their understanding of the skill and generalize it to other activities and tasks throughout their day.
FRIDGE CARD:
a card to be placed on the refrigerator (in a small frame included in the initial box) that will highlight strategies and tips for the month.
A SIMPLE TOY or OBJECT:
to help bring play back to basics by focusing on interactive skills between parent and child.  Actual toy items may vary.