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Chatter Books Club

Chatter Books Club is designed to facilitate early language and social skills development among three to five year-olds through a variety of activities. Each session revolves around a theme based on a different children’s literature classic. (Stories may include The Napping House, Caps for Sale, Goodnight Gorilla, The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, etc.). Sessions will incorporate several activities related to the story each week, such as crafts, play, cooking, snack, singing and acting. The program will be led by two speech-language pathologists. Communication will be emphasized throughout activities during each session, and therapists will provide support, models, and opportunities for participants to practice and expand their language skills in interactions both with their peers and with adults.

**Current dates, times and locations are in this link**

Who Can Benefit?

Children, age three to five, who demonstrate delays in language development in the areas of auditory processing, vocabulary development, expressive language forms, appropriate use of language in dialogues, clearness of speech, interacting with peers, and participating in play activities with others.

Program Objectives

How Do I Get Started

Getting started is easy! Contact our Intake Coordinator at 630.282.2026 to ask questions or schedule an appointment.

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