Engaging and Easy to Use!

A fun, hands-on activity that helps children:

+ Increase vocabulary skills

+ Understand and give instructions

+ Comprehend sentences, sequences and stories

+ Speak in grammatically correct sentences

+ Strengthen auditory memory skills

+ Practice social communication skills

+ Use language to imagine and problem solve

+ Practice later developing speech sounds

Explore the Kits

What's in a kit?

Adorable miniature objects that were carefully selected to capture children's attention and engage multiple senses in the learning process.

We put learning in the palms of their little hands!

60 picture cards that show the objects arranged in various ways with suggested sentences printed at the top. The sentences help you target important receptive and expressive language skills but can be adapted in any way.

Guided yet flexible!

Three levels of difficulty so you can start where the child is at and grow from there one small step at a time.

A bonus level shows how each kit can be used in another fun and fantastic way.

Touch it * Move it * Say it * Learn it

Watch & Learn

Made for Educators, SLPs and Parents

Teachers and Educational Assitants will appreciate having an interactive, multisensory speech and language activity they can use with all students.

The kits are a versatile resource for any child-based program including:

* Preschool

* Head Start

* Kindergarten

* Early elementary

* Inclusive Education

* Special Education

* English Language Learners

* French Language Learners

Speech-Language Pathologists will love how fun and felixible the kits are.

Easy for Parents and caregivers to use too!

Explore the kits
  • 1. Hold a picture card so the child can't see it and read the sentence at the top. You are welcome to describe the image another way if you wish to model different words or sentences for the child.

  • 2. Let the child arrange the objects as best they understand. Encourage them to ask for repetitions or clarifications if needed. This will help them do so in the classroom when needed.

  • 3. Show the picture card to the child. If they arranged the objects exactly as you described, yay! They understood everything you said. If not, find a way to teach what they didn't understand.

  • 1. Invite the child to be the speaker or "teacher". Ask them to choose a picture card and describe the image to you.

  • 2. Arrange the objects exactly as they say even if you know they got some words wrong.

  • 3. Ask the child to reveal the picture card. If your arrangement matches the image, yay! The child accurately described the image using all the right words and grammar. If not, this is another great teaching moment.

  • Terri Calder, Educator

    "My staff and are are loving the kits.  We are a Preschool and Kindergarten that also runs Early Intervention services.  They are great with our SLP and ELL children and extra practice for our typical students who at three and four are still learning grammar as well."

  • Tracy Gott, R.SLP

    "I am a Speech Language Pathologist and purchased a Communakit for use with my preschool caseload. It was a fantastic buy. My assistant was able to take it out on visits and it was immediately evident to her the variety of speech and language goals she could target in a play based manner. Her words were, "It's magic"! It was a favourite resource and they repeatedly asked to play with it. The possibilities for goal based play were endless. Highly recommend!"

  • Donna Robitaille, SLPA

    I am so excited and cannot say enough good about these Communakits! They are engaging and exciting for the kids and so easy to adapt and use. The cards that are included are bright and easy to look at and understand, even for the kids. The instructions are easy to follow I love how Connie and Robyn make videos showing these kits in action. I am a speech therapy assistant and my students request these kits all the time and are sad if we have to work on something else first. These now have become my "Go to" kits that I have with me all the time. They are so versatile and can be accommodated to just about any goal I have."

  • Megan Stock, R.SLP

    "They are an excellent tool for virtual services as well. When the client and the therapist have the same set, barrier games can be done in person or virtually and are a super fun, effective, and meaningful way to work on our common language goals! The materials and toys are appealing to both adults and children. As a Speech-Language Pathologist and as a parent, I really love these products!"

  • Speech & Language

    Help children improve their communication skills with engaging and easy to use learning kits.

  • Hands-on Learning

    Children get to touch and move a host of irresistible objects as they practice listening and speaking. 

  • Expertly Designed

    Each kit was carefully crafted by a Speech-Language Pathologist with 30 years of experience.