Our child’s brain has a learning design; our kids can be more inventive and creative when they interact with different objects. Parents should be careful of introducing them to gadgets or screens; they will pick it up just after two tries when you show them how to do things. If the child is in an environment where she hears the language, she will speak it. As the child absorbs words and their meaning along with the context and emotions behind them, she begins to construct the ability to communicate. Healthy interactions between a child and their environment are essential to developing strong communication skills that will last a lifetime.
Coach Benjamin Mizrahi. Educator. Learning Specialist. Family Coach. Father. Husband.
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