Tag: Language Development

5 ways to encourage reluctant readers

Reluctant readers are those who are hesitant to read. One who does not show interest in reading can also be a reluctant reader. Our task as parents is to encourage them in various ways to be confident readers. The reasons for being reluctant could be because they have difficulty in reading, unwilling to read or…

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Language Milestones For Your Kid

A language is a vast subject in itself and can only be learnt over time. There, however, are set milestones that one should ideally achieve at set intervals to ensure that learning continues smoothly. These milestones serve as a guide to normal development. There is a general age and time when most children pass through…

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How Can I Improve My Child’s Language Development?

Babies learn language from the age of 4 months If you think that learning a language begins once your child is in school, then you’re probably wrong. It starts quite early, probably after the child is 4 months old according to a study by The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. At four months…

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