Reading and storytelling with babies and children

Suitable for 0-6 years

Why reading is important for babies and young children. Help your child get to know sounds, words and language, and develop early literacy skills. learn to value books and stories. spark your child’s imagination and stimulate curiosity. help your child’s brainsocial skills and communication skills develop.

An easy-to-read article giving reasons for reading to your children from babyhood upwards.  It also gives ideas for different ways to read and tell stories, and has links to age-specific articles, with examples of relevant books that you can read to your child.

https://raisingchildren.net.au/babies/play-learning/literacy-reading-stories/reading-storytelling

Speech language development

PS: main focus on the word 'growth'

 

Parents often have feelings of uncertainty when raising a child, especially when it is their first born.

 

“A Parent’s guide to understanding speech language development” is a fantastic book to help parents better understand the process of communication development in young children.

 

The book is about understanding interaction, language expression and production of speech. It also gives you some ideas on how to deal with some problems you might be experiencing when interacting with your toddler as well as some red flags to look out for.

 

It is important to remember that each child is different and develops at his/ her own rate, but when we have some guidelines of what to expect, the whole process does not seem so daunting.

Click here to read PDF booklet:

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With thanks to:

Laura Mize B.S. Communication Disorders, M.S. Speech-language Pathology

 

Laura Mize is a paediatric speech-language pathologist who specializes in treating young children, ages birth to three, with communication delays and disorders

 

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