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What you say and how you say it to your toddler can have a big impact on your child’s language skills and overall development. By age 2 your child will know what hundreds of words mean even if he can’t say them out loud yet. Experts suggest that the words you use and the tone of your voice impact your child’s cognitive, emotional and social development. Find out how.  Boosting language development.  A study published in Pediatrics found that engaging a toddler in back-and-forth conversation proves to be six times more effective at fostering language development than just talking to her....
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Top 3 reasons why your kid may start to talk late

For a mother it is very special when her kid utters her first words, however not speaking according to her age or late talk can become a reason for great concern and stress for the mother. Visits to doctors and family advices like boys tend to speak late or wait till the age two can provide some amount of solace and patience. However getting informed about certain pointers regarding why a kid may start to talk late will help mothers to work on ways to prevent it. Read on to know reasons and how you can avoid them. Top three reasons...
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Your role in kid's language development

As we know, most rapid development in human life takes place in early childhood, during which all children make clearly discernible progress in all six spheres of growth. They are deeply affected by their surroundings, as the brain develops at an amazing rate during the first 3 years. You as parent has the most important role to play in the baby's early development. Your baby communicates with you through looking, making noises, crying and using different facial expressions and body movement. So, more than what you talk to her, the way or how you talk and respond to her efforts to...
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