Did you know that learning to take turns is about more than just sharing? It lays the foundation for learning how to have a back-and-forth conversation. Taking turns teaches a child how to be an active part of a social interaction even when they’re not doing anything. It teaches them to wait, watch, and respond… Read more
When adding new words to your child’s vocabulary, it’s important to understand the 5 components of language: Semantics(understanding the meaning of the word) Phonology(being able to say the sounds that make up the word) Pragmatics(Knowing when and how to use the word to communicate) Syntax & morphology (using the word in grammatical correct ways) For… Read more
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