Thursday, August 12, 2010

Super Star Speech Giveaway


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This review is a bit different, because I’m telling you about my own product!
The Super Star Speech books were written to help parents do “speech therapy” with their own children at home. The focus of the books is the correction of articulation errors.
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The first book, Super Star Speech: Speech Therapy Made Simple provides an articulation test to help the parent determine which sound their child struggles with and to assess whether those errors should be a concern or if they are normal for the child’s age. Specific instructions are provided to teach each sound. Word lists, practice activities, picture cards, and games are also included.
The other books, Super Star R and L, Super Star S, Z, and Sh, and Super Star Ch, J, and Th include many additional activities specifically for those sounds. They are perfect for the child with only a couple of sound errors. They are also useful in providing additional practice material for any child already using Super Star Speech.
I’ve had great reviews from those who have used the products—You can read almost a hundred reviews at The Homeschool Crew Reviews.  If you have or know a child who struggles with speech sounds, please visit the Super Star Speech site and sign up for the free speech therapy tips and book excerpts.
I am giving away a complete set of Super Star Speech e-books (value $40)! To enter, do any or all of the following: (Please leave a separate comment for each.) The winner will be chosen by random.org on Aug. 26.
1. Follow Debbie’s Homeschool Corner with Google Friend Connect.
2. Tell me of any experience you have had with speech disorders or speech therapy.
3. Sign up for the Super Star Speech email list (and receive free speech info.)
4. “Like” Super Star Speech on Facebook.
5. Leave a comment on the Super Star Speech blog.
6. Blog about this giveaway. (3 entries—leave a separate comment for each.)
7. Add the Back 2 School Blog Bash button to your blog.
8. Enter another of my giveaways. Leave a separate comment for each one.
9. Enter a giveaway at any of these sites. Leave a separate comment for each one.
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80 comments:

  1. I left a comment on the blog!

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  2. I've followed you on Google Friend Connect. I sure wish there was an easier way to run contests!!!

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  3. Our family's speech disorders are:

    11 year old daughter with some articulation difficulties
    9 year old son with Down Syndrome, speech delay, apraxia

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  4. We just started speech therapy with our 3 year old for articulation problems (she has consistent errors on 38 out of 61 sounds). We are doing frequent therapy with an SLP right now, but we'll be on our own for about 3 months this fall because we need to be out of state for a short while. So excited to find your site!

    momsmilkbcs (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  5. Signed up for the Super Star Speech email list.

    momsmilkbcs (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  6. Left a comment on the Super Star Speech blog

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  7. Liked Super Star Speech on facebook

    momsmilkbcs (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  8. Entered the Map Trek giveaway

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  9. I just started Super Star Speech with my son this morning. Thank you SO much for creating this program! I am a former teacher so I do have some background in this area, but it is limited. We have completed the assessment and I now have a clear game plan to help him with his speech problems. Thank you so much!

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  10. I "liked" Super Star Speech on Facebook...

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  11. I entered the N-fini Shapewear giveaway.

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  12. I entered the Easy Lunchboxes giveaway.

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  13. I follow your blog.

    tamihuberty@hotmail.com

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  14. My 4 year old son has verbal and non-verbal apraxia and has been in speech since 2 years of age. He has been going 3 days per week for the past year.

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  15. I entered the big huge back to school kit on laughing lindsay.

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  16. “Liked” Super Star Speech on Facebook.

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  17. Signed up for the Super Star Speech email list.

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  18. I also entered the "Canson Eco-Series Papers—Giveaway"

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  19. blog follower via gfc
    gustosagiveaways at ymail dot com

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  20. “Like” Super Star Speech on Facebook
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  21. blog post
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  24. Back 2 School Blog Bash button
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  25. New google friend connect follower!
    firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

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  26. Liked Super Star Speech on facebook!
    firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

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  27. My son sometimes slurs his speech and has gone to speech class. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  28. Signed up, this would really be a great help.
    Thanks, Karen
    Sippy Cup Central Mom

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  29. My son has been in the no child left behind program since he turned two. He has a very limited vocabulary and can not make certain sounds. He will be starting preschool next month. At this preschool there is a dedicated ST. I would love to work more with him at home and think your program would help me!

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  30. I am following your blog now.

    Katie
    aclassofherown(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. I also entered you label giveaway

    Katie
    aclassofherown(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. I have one son in speech therapy due to autism, and a step-son that has articulation issues. This book sounds wonderful for working with him. :)

    jslegspoet at yahoo dot com

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  33. My daughter has had speech issues for a long time. Thank you for posting about this product, I am very interested in it!

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  34. I signed up for the Super Star mailing list.

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  35. I liked Super Star on FB. Thank you for the giveaway! ourcountryroad at hotmail.

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  36. “Liked” Super Star Speech on Facebook.

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  37. Signed up for the Super Star Speech email list.

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  38. Hi, I would like to win this to help me to do speech with my Daughter, I signed her up for speech classes but they haven't helped me out due to she is Homeschooled and I want her to be able to speak well, Thank you, Angela turner572003@yahoo.com

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  39. I like SSS on FB!
    paulandsabrina at msn dot com

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  40. My four year old has "s", "th", "l" issues. We're a military family always on the go so I feel I need to be the one helping him with his speech.

    Sabrina
    paulandsabrina at msn dot com

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  41. I've signed up for the email list, I need all the help I can get.

    thanks!

    paulandsabrina at msn dot com

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  42. and I connected with Google friend

    paulandsabrina at msn dot com

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  43. I am very interested in this giveaway. My son is actually going to his first speech appt tomorrow. i think this could definitely help him.

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  44. i subscribed to the email list.

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  45. I left a comment on the speech blog also.

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  46. What a great giveaway! I'm a blog follower.

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  47. My 3 year old daughter has a speech delay/articulation errors, so I could definitely use this to help her.

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  48. My boys have both been in speech since age 2. They continue to have articulation difficulties and I would love to have a way to work with them in a more informed manner at home... especially since now that we are homeschooling, the school district will only allow them 30 minutes a week for speech - no matter how severe their delays!

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  49. I'm a new follower of your blog!
    mommys3lilbirds at gmail dot com

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  50. I signed up for the newsletter!
    mommys3lilbirds at gmail dot com

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  51. My 4 year old son did speech therapy in the public schools last year and every time I asked what I could be doing at home I was told not to do anything. Very frustrating! I have been looking for ways to work with him at home. We'd love to try this.

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  52. I am a follower. Thank you for the chance for such good books.

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  53. My youngest sister had many speech problems and was in speech therapy through out her elementary education. My son speaks very well and clearly for the most part but there are sounds that he does not have and it would be great to be able to work with him.

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  54. My 3 year old son has a diagnosed speech delay. At 2 years old he could only say 5 words regularly. At a little over 3 his vocabulary is now huge, but articulation is the battle we fight. We've been dealing with just the county program, but are removing him and getting and independent speech therapist.

    I'd love a chance to try this program, because I do my best to help him but we just can't afford to try ll the speech programs out there.

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  55. This sounds creepy every time... I'm following you!lol.

    sweetpetuniajk (at) gmail (dot) com

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  56. Oh dear, are you sure you want to know my experiences?

    1- Excellent speech therapist at an elementary school in northern NV. She helped my oldest get rid of her lisp in just a few months of working with her. Then we pulled DD out of school to homeschool. She at 16 still has a slight problem with her r's but it's only really noticeable when she's talking too fast.

    2- got that same amazing speech therapist to help my son nearly 6 yrs later with his language delays. The combination of that SLP and his amazing preschool teacher and a switch to a gluten-free diet took my son from mainly babbling to being able to speak 7-word sentences. Unfortunately we moved and have not had any good SLPs since. We're trying out more but who knows, this area lacks so much. DS is not progressing at anywhere near the rate he was in NV. I want to take him back there so badly.

    3- My 3rd daughter has a pretty heavy lisp. She is beyond cute and the lisp/r's contributes to that adorableness but I'm sure she won't want to keep that lisp forever. I'm going to inquire at the local school as to when she can come in for help but it may be a really long time if ever.

    sweetpetuniajk (at) gmail (dot) com

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  57. liked super star speech on facebook (anna haylee anderson)

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  58. subbed to email list

    sweetpetuniajk (at) gmail (dot) com

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  59. Left a comment on the Super Star Speech blog.

    sweetpetuniajk (at) gmail (dot) com

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  60. I just signed up for the email list. I have a 3 year old that has some articulation problems and I'm not sure whether she needs speech therapy or not, so this book would be perfect!

    chariscook@hotmail.com

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  61. I have a 4 year old that has some articulation issues... Not sure if I need to get help for him or whether it will work itself out.... would love to have the book!

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  62. I would love this for our son that has been waiting for months for his therapy and we are still waiting from insurance...

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  63. Wow this would be great for my soon to be 7 yr old. He was going to speech therapy at our local public school, but once I pulled him to homeschool we lost district services. He has a speech delay and articulation issues, and this would really help me to help him.

    arenas3651@gmail.com

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  64. I'm following on fb, under Jessica Arenas

    arenas3651@gmail.com

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  65. I'm an email subscriber!

    arenas3651@gmail.com

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  66. This really interests me. My daughter (6) has never said anything incorrect. Ever. So when my oldest son (3) had some articulation problems before he turned three we took him to be evaluated. He didn't qualify for speech services and they actually said he was ahead of where he should be. They said if he had not been able to say the C or G sounds he would have qualified. He has come leaps and bounds since then so I think he is progressing naturally and really sounds quite fine. I guess that's what I get for comparing him to his sister. Enter the baby. He just turned 2 and has trouble with those pesky C and G sounds. And as of this past Monday has just started stuttering terribly. His vocabulary is immense and lately I can tell he's trying to tell me what he's thinking but he gets hung up on saying those harder words in his head. I haven't set up any appointments yet because he's still so little and I've read and been told that this is natural at this age. However, winning this book would make this mama feel a little less helpless in the whole thing. Thanks for the chance to get this all out and to win a book.

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  67. My oldest daughter was delayed at speaking and we had an in home therapist come to see her. She definitely "fronts" most of her sounds even though she was dismissed from the program. I would love something to try and work with her!!!

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