Your baby is the most responsive and most rewarding pupil you could ever meet. She wants to do more things, explore more areas and widen her horizons more any anyone else you know. She also wants to please you, and the combination of these qualities gives her an appetite for learning that should thrill you. One of the most important things to remember is that she's never too young to learn, although you'll have to tailor the way you introduce her to new experiences or the ways you try to teach her.
Whatever you do, don't waste the first crucial six weeks of your baby's life. Many people still think that because a baby isn't making sounds and moving very much she can't respond to what is happening around her and she can't learn. We know this to be entirely incorrect.
During her second year, your toddler will consolidate the physical skills she acquired in her first year, and also master speech.
What happens in the third year is that your child starts to think about her experiences and will begin learning from them.
To ensure he gets the most of all the relationships and information surrounding him, your child should be able to speak and communicate well.
Mum, dad and the family play a very important part in how baby's speech and language skills develop, and in this case, the more talking the better!
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