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Your Child's Speech & Language: 12-18 Months - Playing With Words 365
Well you have survived the first year and hopefully the big first birthday party 😉 Your little one is crawling or walking around and getting into E V E R Y T H I N G and life is suddenly getting busy! If you haven’t finished yet, be sure to child proof everything. Your child’s […]
Language Development Game for Toddlers: Fill the Farm!
Here's a fun game to encourage your toddler's speech development! Instructions and printables are included. Great for parents, early intervention specialists, and speech language pathologists. Practicing animals sounds is a really effective way to have fun with language when you're working with todd...
Helping Your Child's Speech and Language - In The Playroom
Tips and strategies to help your child's speech and language, for speech delay or language development. Recommendation and reviews of books and products
6 Tips for Boosting Your Baby's Language Skills
Babies benefit when we expose them to lots of language, but it’s not merely a question of word count. Here are 6 evidence-based tips for helping babies learn.
New Research on Early Disparities: Focus on Vocabulary and Language Processing | National Association for the Education of Young Children
New Research on Early Disparities: Focus on Vocabulary and Language Processing | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC
Infants need to be able to move tongues to distinguish speech sounds
Researchers at UBC have discovered a link between infants' tongue movements and the babies' ability to distinguish speech sounds.
Powerful role of experience in linking language and cognition in infants
Even before infants understand their first words, they have already begun to link language and thought. Listening to language boosts infant cognition. New evidence provides even greater insight into the crucial role of language exposure in infants' first months of life.
Baby Talk: How Parent-Child Communication From Birth to Three Sets the Stage for Success - Neuroscience News
Researchers offer specific guidance to parents about just what kind of talk is most important, and at what ages and stages in a child’s growth.
Baby Talk: Words With Repeated Sounds Help Infants Learn Language - Neuroscience News
According to researchers, babies find it easier to grasp the names of objects with repeated syllables over words with non-identical syllables.
The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice. The way we talk about them becomes their life stories. This beautiful quote, shared by a f...
Baby talk words build infants' language skills: The more baby talk words that infants are exposed to the quicker they grasp language
The more baby talk words that infants are exposed to the quicker they grasp language, a study suggests. Assessments of nine-month-old children suggest that those who hear words such as bunny or choo-choo more frequently are faster at picking up new words between nine and 21 months.
10 Ways to Promote the Language and Communication Skills of Infants and Toddlers | FPG MTBT