Babytalk

Babytalk

Strengthen Your Child's Ability To Listen, Understand, And Communicate

Book - 2001
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Parents profoundly influence their child's language development, including their ability to listen, understand, and communicate. From birth to three years is the crucial window of opportunity during which a child's learning potential is at its fullest and most formative. Now with this amazing book, parents can use the revolutionary BabyTalk program to maximize their baby's language skills- and provide a solid foundation for later learning- in just thirty minutes a day !

A simple and fun one-on-one program created by a renowned speech and language therapist, BabyTalk is based on extensive clinical experience and is firmly rooted in natural parent-child interaction. What's more, it fits into the normal pattern of your child's play! You'll discover how to best talk to your child-and what to talk about-at each stage of development, including how to

* CREATE an environment in your home that most benefits your baby's development
* NURTURE your child to become a confident communicator
* STRENGTHEN his or her ability to concentrate and retain information
* STIMULATE your child with specific toys and books at each stage
* RECOGNIZE problems that may hinder language development
* PRESENT games, play ideas, and words to stimulate the imagination


Use BabyTalk to give your baby a lifelong advantage for learning!
Publisher: : Ballantine Books, c2001.
ISBN: 9780345437075
0345437071
Call Number: 401.93 WARD
Characteristics: p.
Subjects: Children -- Language.
Language acquisition -- Parent participation.

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