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Speaking & Language Skills for Ages 3-5

Speaking & Language Skills for Ages 3-5

 
Taking advantage of the world of sounds is a wonderful way to help young children develop their listening skills.
Set appropriate limits when your child uses language that isn't.
Phonics skills: Give your early reader a head start with phonics.
You can help children develop their language abilities by tuning in to what they say and responding in ways that result in talk, talk, and...
Learn how nursery rhymes help children learn to read.
Teach your child the letters that are important to them, and build from there.
Understand and promote high-level, language-building play.
Help your preschooler get ready to read by filling her life with music.
Set up learning routines that build language and pre-literacy skills.
These activities can supplement a child's speech or language therapy program.
When responses seem off-key, there may be a delay in receptive-language function.
How your preschooler forms, records, and stores meaningful memories
Communication is crucial to fostering relationships, so be sure to reinforce school skills at home.
Create a home atmosphere that encourages communication.

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