Engaging your child in conversation makes a big difference in language and literacy development. Research shows that children who were exposed to a greater number of words from a young age went on to have better vocabulary.
Cooing, gurgling, and babbling are the beginnings of talking. Repeat the noises babies make. Even crying is the beginning of language.
Speaking & Listening
One of the most powerful ways to develop your child's literacy skills is also the easiest: Talk to your kids!
Ages & Stages: Talking
Help little ones develop language skills in fun ways at every age and stage!
8 Brain Games to Play in the Car
Use these car games to have fun with your kids and build their brain development at the same time.
Make the Most Out of Story Time
Experts recommend that parents and caregivers ask kids to predict what will happen next when reading a book together.
Let’s Tell a Story
Hammie, the classroom hamster, goes exploring when his cage door is left open. Add to the story, what happens next?