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November 10, 2014
Act Out Stories

It’s obvious that reading books together is the best way to foster your child’s growing language skills. Here's yet another way to use books and boost linguistic prowess: Act out your favorite stories together! It’s likely you and your child have some favorites committed to memory. Using props and costumes, if you like, repeat the story as a mini-play.

 
 

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