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  1. #1
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    Default Help me spend my money

    I have mentioned this before but its actually come true!

    I have £500 to spend on resources that help to promote speech (so basically anything). I can spend this money anywhere


    So come on guys create a shopping list and help me spend my money. Pref for under 5's as thats the age group I have in my setting
    PRINCESS DAISY FLOWER

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    Walkie Talkies
    Puppets & theatre
    Microphone
    Voice recorders

    All I can think of at mo.
    Knowledge is power and its also tax free

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    mr tumble dvds?
    makaton bits?
    video camera?
    phonics books?
    ***** proofed the house but they're still getting in!

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    wow lucky you

    talking photo albums/postcards
    tuff video recorders
    story sacks
    Pixie Dust

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    what about some really good roleplay props such as shop, kitchen, and in a setting were i work we have been doing the every child a talker training and they keep stressing thinking tents, cosy corners set up and the dark den from tts ( i think it was from there) with torches and lights it was quiet good priced around £40 and the children love it in there always gets them talking and making noises!
    Mum of 3 thats quackers x www.quackersdaycare.co.uk

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    I bought a a3 talking photo album from tts and the children love it. They draw a picture and slip it in an a4 pocket then record a 10 second sound bite to go with it. Also the walked talking were a big hit and they are loads of fun when we go to the beach or woods.

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    I can help you spend it

    Share it with ME

    Happy shopping

    Angel xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeldelight View Post
    I can help you spend it

    Share it with ME

    Happy shopping

    Angel xx
    dont think you need any help talking
    ***** proofed the house but they're still getting in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy View Post
    dont think you need any help talking
    Ha ha ha

    Cheeky



    Angel xx

 

 

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