Bilingual Story Time with Ms. B once a month. Stay tuned!




SAVE THE DATE: February 11th, 2020


                                  When:    2nd Tuesday of the month at 11:00 am 

                                  Where:  145 NW Central Park Plaza Suite 104

                                                  Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

                                  Cost: FREE

                                  Ideal ages: Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers with moms and/or dads 

You do not need to be bilingual to attend.  Everyone is welcome!!

Come prepared to buzz around a bilingual story, songs, and languages. We practice target vocabulary through music and craft activities. There is always goodies to take home when is time to say goodbye.

Bilingual Story Time with Ms. “B” is a project that provides free activities to the local (Treasure Coast in Florida) and online bilingual communities to support reading, language development, and bilingualism in young children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

Visit our website today to listen to stories for young children (4 months-6 years old) in English and Spanish. Contact us if you would like to receive worksheets to complete reading activities at home.

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) recommends to read aloud to your child 15 minutes per day. Start today!

Elizabeth Barrios, MS, CCC-SLP   ASHA Certified Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist.

How does bilingual story time benefit your child?

Reading, singing, and playing with rhymes in another language helps your child to: 

  • Learn school readiness skills such as paying attention, taking turns, listening to adults, and remaining seated. 
  • Develop awareness of speech sounds and rhythm necessary for reading and writing. 
  • Develop human communication skills by staying away of electronic devices.
  • Stimulate imagination, play skills, and social interaction.
  • Learn and expand vocabulary in both languages.
  • Be exposed to other adults speaking in a foreign language.
  • Build understanding of other cultures and places.
  • Establish good bonding with parents by spending quality time together. 
  • Become bilingual in our multicultural society.

Come and buzz around to become a:

Please be aware that reading a book through the screen of a computer, phone or tablet does not replace the necessary social interaction between the reader and the child.

Bilingual Key Therapy offers reading of bilingual books on our site to those families where parents do not have access to children’s literature in the desired language or do not have a good command of one of the two languages ​​to stimulate reading in their children. Our reading can also be used as a model of intonation and voice modulation to be imitated by parents who wish to learn how to read stories to their children.

Remember that reading a book is only part of the process to develop a child’s language through reading. Children should also point to objects in the book, and answer questions about the characters and the story.

It is recommended that during the reading of these books there be pauses in the video that allow the child to point out characters, name objects, name actions, and answer questions about the story.

If you need a guide to complete the reading of a book that your child has liked, Contact us so you can get a list of questions and activities for each story, in the language your family needs.

Bilingual Key Therapy is not associated or maintains any exchange with any publishers or authors of the books we read on our site.

Por favor sea consciente que leer un libro a través de una pantalla de computadora, teléfono o tableta, no sustituye la interacción social  necesaria entre el lector y el niño.

Bilingual Key Therapy ofrece la lectura de libros bilingues a través de nuestro sitio web a aquellas familias donde los padres no tengan acceso a literatura infantil en el idioma deseado o no dominen bien uno de los dos idiomas para estimular la lectura en sus hijos. La lectura de libros en nuestro sitio web también puede usarse como modelo de entonación y modulación de voz a imitar por los padres que deseen aprender cómo leer cuentos a sus hijos.

Recuerde que leer un libro es solo una parte del proceso para desarrollar el lenguaje del niño a través de la lectura. Los niños también deben señalar objetos en el libro y contestar preguntas acerca de los personajes y la historia.

Se recomienda que durante la lectura de los libros se hagan pausas en el video que permitan que el niño pueda señalar personajes, nombrar objetos, nombrar acciones y responder preguntas sobre la historia.

Si necesita una guia para completar la lectura de un libro que le haya gustado a su niño, Contáctenos para que obtenga una lista de preguntas y actividades  a desarrollar por cada historia y en el idioma que desee su familia.

Bilingual Key Therapy no está asociada ni mantiene intercambio con ninguna editorial o autores de los libros que leemos en nuestra página.



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 Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?

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