Thursday, January 27, 2011

Do you know Tim?

Felt stories are a great way to aid in language development for all children not just children who have language delays.  I've used them before while teaching preschool.  We would use felt board stories as resourse to have children respond expressively (through talking) and receptively (through understanding of language).

I found GlitterfulStories while searching on etsy.  I ended up buying a felt story to give to Chris' autism teacher and am offering the same one as a giveaway.  The song "Tiny Tim"  is a simple song that I've used while teaching preschool.  This is an adorable felt story.  The quality is amazing and I will buy here again for my kids' teachers. 
This giveaway will end one week on Friday February 4th.  In order to win it you need to do one thing, leave a comment on this page.  To get another entry, follow me on facebook, a third entry for following my blog.  Following me on twitter will get you a fouth entry.  Don't forget to tweet about the giveaway as well!


  1. Never thought of this idea, but i think it's great! My 2 yr old grandson had a malignant brain tumor and is doing speech therapy now. He's not saying any words, just jabbering. I would love to try this method!

  2. My daughters would love this. Thanks for the opportunity.

  3. Love all the tools and resources that are being developed lately!