Long before your baby starts talking, she’s already building the language center in her brain. There are things you can do right from the start to give her lots of comprehensible input so she will have all the tools she needs. Read on and you’ll know how to build language skills in infants — well, mostly.
Guest post! We loved the new Pathways.org video about early language development and invited them to highlight some of the key elements of building baby’s communication skills.
Babies begin watching and listening to the world around them from the moment they are born. By their first birthday, they will be able to understand simple directions and might even be saying their first word or two! But long before this point, babies are developing the communication skills that will help them build relationships and succeed in school. A new video by Pathways.org – “Crying, Cooing, Communication: Baby’s First Year” – gives an overview of communication development in the first year, and offers advice for parents and caregivers on how to help your baby reach early speech and language milestones. Continue reading