How to get your toddler talking: Fun with Words

How to get your toddler talking: Fun with Words

Posted by: on Jan 3, 2016 | No Comments

Language is learned through interactions; the more your child interacts with you the more they can learn from you. What makes a toddler want to interact with an adult? They may have a problem they hope the adult can solve, such as hunger or wet clothes. But once their needs are met, what keeps them with us? One of the best ways to make a toddler want to spend time with us is to be fun! In this post I’ll share a third great strategy to get your toddler talking. Your child will love this one!

How to get your toddler talking: Play

How to get your toddler talking: Play

Posted by: on Jan 2, 2016 | No Comments

Play is one of the best times to help toddlers boost their speech development, because it’s perfect for engaging them in fun, motivating interactions, and because children learn so well through play. This post shares some ideas for using play effectively to build great communication with your little one and boost their language skills.

How to get your toddler talking: Thoughtful Communication

How to get your toddler talking: Thoughtful Communication

Posted by: on Jan 1, 2016 | No Comments

Do you want simple to apply techniques to help your toddler learn to talk? This series introduces the best strategies for boosting young children’s language skills. It all starts with thoughtful communication.