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Speech Blubs Review: “Engaging & Effective Practice”

Speech Blubs Review: “Engaging & Effective Practice”

Jan 26, 2021 “How does this app even work? Is it good for my child?” We say yes! Don’t take our word for it, listen to happy mom Lindsay Clarke of Bright Steps Behaviour in this Speech Blubs video review.

Lindsay works in the child development field, so her enthusiasm about the Speech Blubs app is the biggest award ever! Need more proof? Check out more Speech Blubs testimonials from our community of satisfied users describing how scientifically-proven video modeling works.

Read Lindsay’s Speech Blubs Review

“I don’t even know where to begin with how much we love this app! My daughter Evelyn will be turning two in just two weeks. At around 16 months (shortly after quarantine started), we realized she wasn’t quite hitting some of the expressive speech milestones for her age. 

We became more mindful of our expectations for verbal communication throughout the day, but also wanted some fun and specific ways for her to practice while we awaited a formal speech & language evaluation. I stumbled across the Speech Blubs app, and it is a gold mine of engaging and effective practice. After completing the little developmental questionnaire, it was recommended that Evelyn practice with Speech Blubs for 10 minutes per day. It tracks how long she plays and which words, phrases, songs and categories she has practiced. 

I usually set her up with the app when I am trying to make lunch so that she’s busy learning (and not getting into mischief). And I typically have to pry the game out of her hands because she LOVES playing it that much. The app is so incredibly thoughtful, engaging, and reinforcing. I’m blown away by not just how beautifully her vocabulary has bloomed, but also how her confidence and pride have bloomed as well. 

I can’t recommend using this app enough, as someone who works in the child development field – it is worth every penny!”

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Speech Blubs is a highly-rated (4.6⭐ on Apple Store) voice-controlled speech therapy app. Try a 7-day free trial to check out its features, helpful parent’s section, new saveable face filters. Your subscription also gives you access to the reading app READING BLUBS!

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Make sure to download the Speech Blubs app: available in App Store, Google Play Store, and on our website! Work on imitation and articulation skills, build vocabulary to express needs, and converse more! Set your personalised goals now and start learning.

Speech Blubs is a learning app for everyone: If you want to work on language development or your child has a speech delay, autism, Down syndrome, hearing loss, tongue tie, cleft palate, or Apraxia – kids find this app very helpful. More than 4+ million parents tried the app – see what they have to say about it.

You get free access to Parents Academy and educational videos about speech development in the app. You can even talk to our speech therapist if you have concerns! If you are still unsure, watch our free webinar with speech therapist Tori or join our Facebook Group for parents.

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The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not necessarily reflect the views of Blub Blub Inc. All content provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgement, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

Comments (6)
  • This is absolutely amazing! thank you so much for this information. I currently work with children with ID and Im so happy that someone has some form of information on this ID. I have had so much difficulty finding a substantial amount of info on this topic 🙂

    • So happy to hear that, thank you so much! If you’ll ever need educational tools for your kids, try Speech Blubs! 🙂

  • Good day, my son is three, can read (might not understand exactly what he’s reading…but know the words), he even tried to pronounce new words just based on how he knows the sounds, he plays “ok” with other children (sister/ cousins), knows at least 7-8 dinosaurs, all his shapes, alphabet (can even say them backwards) counts backwards… knows all his colors…however, still on the so -so when it comes to communicating. He repeats a lot and asks for things , but still have to remind him to say “I want…”. He labels EVERYTHING tho and knows what he’s asking for or what he wants. He has been evaluated and is taking speech therapy but I feel there can be more help for him. He gets it 30mim for 2 days a week only. We talk to him, play, read together.

    • HI Rosa! It sounds like he’s well on his way! If he is able to say all of the things that you said and is showing progress, that means the speech therapy is working. 2 days a week is great! I know it seems like it’s not enough, but that’s why we always tell parents that they need to work on skills at home, too! It also sounds like you are doing EVERYTHING you can do to make sure he is communicating. Unfortunately, these things can take time. Try and be patient and keep doing what you are doing!
      Stacie Bennett, M.S. CCC-SLP

  • Hello, thank you for the interesting read. My son would be 4 in few months. He says little words like papa, plate, spoon, door etc but isn’t expressive when he wants something. He understands all our instructions and carry them out but he just won’t talk. He is working with a speech therapist about 4minths now. What else can I do?

    • Hi. I’m not sure what the therapist has implemented so far, but I’m assuming they have given you tips and suggestions for home? If not, please don’t be afraid to ask them. It’s great that he is understanding what you are telling him! To work on expressive language at home:
      1. Narrate any actions you are doing using simple language (wash hands, brush teeth, etc.)
      2. Read and point to pictures. Over time, have your child attempt to tell you what he sees on the pages
      3. Talk about what you are seeing when you go for walks or drives in the community
      4. Give him choices and have him attempt to say what he wants
      Also, try the Speech Blubs 2 app to encourage imitation and boost expressive vocabulary.
      Stacie Bennett, M.S. CCC-SLP

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