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Why is it important to talk with young children

Vmiremam.ru 29.08.2018 at 11:43

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Know why it is necessary and very important to talk with young children and babies? Because conversations with the child every day can increase the number of words that your child hears.

In families that talk a lot with their children, children can hear an average of 2,100 words per hour. Within three years, this means that children hear 48 million words.

In families that do not say so much, kids can hear only about 600 words per hour, adding up to 13 million words in over three years.

to Talk with babies and newborns is very important because this builds your baby's language and communication skills. This is an important skills for life. Communication with your child should not be a big deal — just talk about everyday things — a great start.

Talk more with your kids

the Conversation with your child can help develop his language and communication. The more you talk with your child, the better. This is due to the fact that parents who talk a lot with their young children, use a lot of different sounds and words. When children hear more words, it helps to improve the understanding of the language and increases the number and variety of words that they can understand and use. Communicating with infants helps their brain develop and can help children to learn better in school when they are older.

How to say

the Conversation with the baby should be exciting, especially for a child. You can begin with conversations about everyday things in your family and family life. Or just talk about what you currently do with your child.

for Example, the child sees the tree and he points to him. You can say: "It's a big huge enormous tree, isn't it? I wonder what animals live in this tree? Maybe a squirrel?

if you are Preparing a meal or go shopping, the child will be very interested in talking with you about it.

the Quantity and quality of conversations

All talk is good for your child, so try to speak as much as necessary during the day.

Babies like quiet conversation. But if your child stops responding and looks tired, restless or angry, you'd better choose another time to talk. Your child's personality can also affect how often he wants to communicate with you. Some children are naturally more outgoing and others are quieter. It all depends on individuality and character.

When you start to talk with your child

to Start talking with your child as soon as possible. In fact, from birth, your child absorbs a huge amount of information just from listening to your conversations.

the Conversations with your child can seem one-sided to begin with. But, even though your little child now, it will still try to join the conversation. He communicates with you through crying, eye contact. Later, he will smile, laugh, make sounds and move their body to communicate with you.

When you are giving your child all your attention during a conversation, you will notice his attempts to respond to you. If you are dealing with a child warmly and gently, you create and share the experience together, which strengthens relationships and helps children learn about the world.

Tips for communicating with kids

Every time you're near baby, this is a good opportunity to talk. It can be when you change a diaper, eating together, traveling by car or train, walking with a stroller or just messing around the house — you don't need special moments to talk about. Talk to your baby at every opportunity.

Tune in to your child

turn off the distractions. Unplug the phone, turn off the TV and computer and just "be together" to talk with your child.

Listen to what your child is trying to tell you. Even if he doesn't know the words, ask him questions and make every effort. For example, if your child points to a dog and say, "This is a fluffy white dog. How do you think she's going to do?

Use the natural pause. Your child will eventually fill in these pauses, when his language will develop. It also teaches the child to "give and take" in conversation.

Know when to stop. When your baby starts to look tired or restless, or become angry, do not force him to continue to listen. Choose another time to talk with him.

Be interesting

Look at what your child pays attention and is talking about. For example, if he plays with dice, tell me about the cubes.

Speak with your child about things that may be of interest. For example, that today can make dad. Or talk about the story you read together. Or about what is happening now on the street. If you use difficult words, explain them, using many descriptive words. For example, "We go to the pediatrician is a specialized doctor who knows all about the children".

Tell a story, sing a song or read a poem

Read books and tell stories to your child from birth, every day if you can. In a few weeks, your child learns that there is nothing better than to enjoy a quiet time together. Tell us about the pictures in books, wonder out loud what might happen in the story, point to words and letters, and let your child touch the book and flip through it. You can write your own stories based on pictures in the book – it's sure to be fun for you, too. Sing songs and read poems in the car, in the bathroom, before going to sleep. Your child will love the rhythm of the words and will calm down your voice.

Your child will also learn to speak, watching as you communicate with others. Please note, if you speak positively, your child will learn to speak positively with others.

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