Thursday, 28 January 2016

Did you know?

  • The earliest months and years are the most important in a child's language development.  The sooner children hear language, the sooner they begin to understand and use words.

  • Young children find it much easier than adults to learn more than one language - they don't have the hang ups that we can have as adults.

  • By the age of five years, children's spoken language has been acquired through talking, playing, sharing books and stories with you as well as singing songs and rhymes. 

  • How you interact with your child, giving them warmth, love and stimulation matters most

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