How to Teach Your Baby to Talk GIVEAWAY

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Hello everyone and welcome back to CloudMom.  Every so often, a new product rolls my way that is so well thought-through, so essential, that I pinch myself and say “I wish I’d had this for my kids!”  Today’s giveaway of flashcards, bingo games and another fabulous board game devised by Kimberly Marino aka The Speech Mama is one such product, and I’m delighted to be introducing Kimberly’s products to you today.

How to Teach Your Baby to Talk GIVEAWAY

As a mom of five who are all now of school age, I remember worrying so much about my babies’ speech and talking milestones.  Were they talking enough?  Were they saying the right sounds at the right time?  And even more stress-inducing: was I doing everything I needed to do on my part to stimulate them to speak and acquire language?

My pediatrician emphasized that I needed to repeat, repeat, repeat basic sounds and to talk all day to my babies.  Well, this I did.  But when it came to helpful games and activities that were designed with babies first sounds and words in mind, I found nothing. Most of the flashcards were too complex, and the Bingo games proved too complex for my babies and toddlers and ended up getting monopolized by my older kids.

Enter The Speech Mama.  A licensed speech and language pathologist with 23 years of hands-on experience working with babies, toddlers, and kids, Kimberly Marino has devised an amazing set of printable flash cards for toddlers and your baby, bingo cards, and a word recognition game that will help you teach your baby and toddler to speak.

Bright, colorful, and including just the first sounds your baby will utter, Kimberly’s printable flash cards offer you a fun activity that is educational for your child in just the right ways.

How to Teach Your Baby to Talk GIVEAWAY

Meanwhile, her Bingo games take off from these early sounds — and then offer up sounds and words to developed later (in set 2), while not overwhelming your baby with choices.

How to Teach Your Baby to Talk GIVEAWAY

The fact that only four images appear on a card means that your baby can play, people.  He can play, utter, match up sounds with pictures, and learn.  And there ain’t noting better than that!

Enter our giveaway below to win these amazing activities and games and a FREE one-hour consult with Kimberly and be sure to check out her awesome Etsy store here.

I’m crossing my fingers for you, and remember, TALK to your baby.

Love, Melissa

The Speech Mama Giveaway

Prizes: A $240 prize package that includes:


  • Enter using the Gleam widget below.
  • Open to U.S readers.
  • You must be 18 or older to enter.
  • You have multiple ways you can enter to increase your chances of winning.
  • The giveaway ends on Friday, October 28, 2016 at 11:59 PM (Eastern Time).
  • Winner will be announced on the widget below within 48 hours after the giveaway has ended.

The Speech Mama Giveaway

This is a sponsored post. CloudMom received compensation for this post. The opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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  • Ashley

    Is the widget working? I tried clicking on it and nothing happened.

    • Hi Ashley! It’s working on my end and for others. What web browser are you using? Maybe try a different one. Sorry you are having trouble!!

  • Heather Savka

    I would love to use this for my daughter with speech delay and my 7 month old son

    • This would be great for them! Good luck! 🙂

  • Gabby Jimenez

    Would love this for my son

    • Good luck!

      • Gabby Jimenez

        Thank you

  • Tika Lynum

    I’m a teacher and would love to use these activities with my own baby girl!

  • Mary benack

    Id love this for my granddaughter aw we ome giveaway thanks

  • gamanit

    This sounds interesting

    • It’s a great tool! Definitely check out her website too – lots of helpful info!

  • onyiakpanisi

    I love this , my son is 29months and his speech is so delayed. I’m getting worried because he’s not talking yet.

  • laroyal06

    I would love this for my baby girl

  • kayladiana

    This would be perfect for my son and for his baby brother due soon!

  • I could really use this whole material. My son is 31 months old and can’t speak full sentences. We are thinking to consult speech therapist for him. This program looks promising. Hope i can win for him. Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Anel Winney

    This would be an awesome way to compliment our play time! Play and learn!