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Why is it so important to read aloud to my baby?

  Why is it so important to read aloud to my baby?   cash advance haines city fl   Early language and literacy (reading and writing) begins in the first three years of life and is closely linked to children’s earliest experiences with books and stories. Reading […]

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Will allowing my toddler to watch children’s educational television programs or videos help my child’s speech and language development?

  Will allowing my toddler to watch children’s educational television programs or videos help my child’s speech and language development?     Some parents may think that by putting their child in front of a video or a TV show that he or she is going to […]

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Children Between 2 and 3 Years of Age Often Repeat Sounds

My 2 ½ -year-old stutters when she talks. Should I be concerned? Probably not. Children between 2 and 3 years of age often repeat sounds, hesitate between syllables or have periods of normal non-fluency. This usually disappears in a few months. Sometimes this disruption in speech occurs […]

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Children Develop Language at Their Own Pace

My toddler doesn’t talk as much as other children his age.  What should I do? Although the stages that children pass through in the development of speech and language are very consistent, children develop language at their own pace.  It is always a good idea to discuss […]

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