Literacy development: The importance of phonological awareness

Between 3 to 5 years old, a preschooler’s literacy abilities begin to develop, laying the bases for later reading and academic abilities. Experts state that...

Pattern recognition: The key to language development

A study from the University of Sydney and the Australian National University found that children’s language development is linked to their ability to recognize patterns...

My little one stutters, should I be concerned?

A lot of parents worry when their child stutters, but such concern is unnecessary. It’s actually quite common for children around the age of two...

Your three-year-old’s linguistic development

At around age three, children have an active vocabulary consisting of 300 or more words. In fact, the average child has the capacity to acquire...

Your two-year-old’s linguistic development

Around his second birthday, your little one will understand most of what you say and his vocabulary will increase significantly, starting with fifty or more...

The best way to read with your 3-year-old

Preschoolers love books and learn from sharing them with you. Reading together and talking about books will not only build your little one’s vocabulary, it’ll...
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