Language Stimulation at Home

  • April 24, 2019

Tips to parents:

  • Create learning environment around the child.
  • Increase the curiosity to learn and explore things.
  • Provide facial expressions when you talk to the child.
  • Spend most of your time in playing with the child.
  • Provide an opportunity for the child to communicate.
  • Encourage the child to interact with the peer group.
  • Talk to the child in phrases (two words) with varied intonation.
  • Follow your child’s lead. Talk about the toy, object, or activity that your child is looking at or shows interest in
  • Encourage your child to imitate a lot of different sounds, including vowels and consonants
  • Expose the child to a variety of experiences, such as going to the zoo, going to the park, grocery shopping, etc. Talk about objects, actions, textures, colors, shapes, smells, etc. Books are great, but a child learns best by doing and by having first-hand experience.
  • Provide meaningful and pleasant language experiences for your child, such as story time or/ talking games.

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