Learning how to describe his movements is an important step in your child’s language development and autonomy. This printable activity provides an opportunity to have fun with directional words.
If You’re Happy and You Know It (Clap your Hands) is a great song to help your child develop physical skills and follow directions.
Play Simon Says to teach your child the parts of the body, from head to feet.
Help your child learn to correctly name the parts of the head and face.
Your child can show that she understands many words even though she can’t say them.
When it comes to picture books, how young is too young? Consider this: by 6 months, babies become very interested in objects—and just 5 months later, babies can respond to 50 or so words, including many names for common objects.
Are you being teased? Older infants and toddlers love to tease their parents. Have you ever been offered a delicious bite of baby food from your little one, only to find that he has rapidly pulled the spoon back and is giggling?
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