Speech sounds that might be hard to pronounce

As children develop their language skills, they learn how to pronounce different sounds. Some of those are harder than others, and it’s normal for little...

Facts about learning a second language

Children can learn to speak more than one language at the same time. Being bilingual has many advantages. These include having a broader vocabulary, having...

How to encourage my little one’s language development

Your daughter learns about language through everyday moments with you, her caregiver. Reading books, engaging in conversations, and playing help, but what can you do...

Language milestones: Speaking in sentences

Your little one’s first words were probably extremely exciting. Even more so, listening to his first attempts to put them together and form a sentence....

5 simple ways to teach communication skills

Communicate correctly means being able to connect and share ideas and feelings with others. This can be applied to either verbal or non-verbal communication. At...

The special power of rhymes

If you’ve ever sang a nursery rhyme to your son like Baa, Baa, Black Sheep, then you’ve unconsciously been preparing your little one for learning...
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