“Meow” means “woof” in cat.”
― George Carlin
Language plays an important role in our life as it helps us communicate with others. Learning to speak, read, and write is likely to help children express their emotions better, think critically, and solve problems. Research published in the journal of Policy Insights from the Behavioural and Brain Sciences mentions that the language environment at home significantly impacts a child’s language development, and comprehensive interventions can support a positive language environment in early childhood.
The Disney.BYJU’S Early Learn app has games, videos, and worksheets that are designed to help young learners practise letter and word recognition. The level of progression on this feature- rich program helps children remain engaged in these activities, learn new words and expand their vocabulary.
A book published by Cambridge University Press in 2016, Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood, lists different ways in which children’s language development can be supported in their early childhood. Parents can take advantage of these tips and use them to inculcate positive language development at home.
Parents can try to create an environment that encourages their children to explore language functionally and meaningfully in different ways that includes reading books, writing notes and letters, listening, and engaging in conversations. It will help them appreciate language and will also provide opportunities for parents to celebrate their child’s language development.
Did you find this article interesting? Do you have any questions about Disney.BYJU’S Early Learn App? What are some ways you attempt to enhance your child’s language development? Share your thoughts and queries in the comments section below, or drop a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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