importance of talking to your baby

importance of talking to your baby

Postby Donat on 24 Sep 2012, 21:44

Talking is important for building your baby’s brain :arrow: . In the first 3 years of life, your baby’s brain triples in size. Talk more. Talk when you cook. Talk when you shop. Talk when you clean up. ;)
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Sally on 24 Sep 2012, 22:20

Indeed, for young kids it is very important for the development of speech because, it's very strong correlation of thinking and talking. It’s not always easy, but talking and reading to your baby for even a short period every day is a wonderful way to foster healthy language development. Through reading, your baby hears the inflections in your voice as you tell a story.
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Donat on 24 Sep 2012, 22:41

Yes, it is. Children are so sensitive that, if to speak with a newborn another language, the child will easily speak two or three languages :P .
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Utte on 24 Sep 2012, 22:50

Strolling and pointing out trees, colors, birds, sounds and people is a wonderful way to connect words with tangible objects.
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Nadia on 05 Oct 2012, 21:59

Hi guys. It’s really very important topic talking with a baby. My girl is 3 month now :lol: and I am talking to her very seriously)). She is happy to listen to my voice. :D It makes us closer.
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Donat on 07 Oct 2012, 12:24

For sure, when you are talking to your child you begin to be closer. To catch on the question it’s also very useful to do special exercises to improve child’s language understanding. It’s good to use them :!: .
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Nadia on 07 Oct 2012, 14:19

Can you write more about the exercises, please? :roll: Are there some for newborn?
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Donat on 07 Oct 2012, 15:14

You are absolutely right being interested in this topic :idea: , cause even the youngest babies are learning language. Long before they learn to speak, babies get sold on communication. The more you listen and respond to your daughter, the better she will become at communicating with you. So, the speech itself there is a great exercise for a newborn baby.
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Lis on 07 Oct 2012, 15:33

First, accept that adult company is the best entertainment for our babies and find different ways of providing it. Park his or her bassinet or bouncy seat near the hub of household activity, for instance, and encourage everyone to stop by for quick "chats. :) " Also keep your baby beside you :arrow: while you're reading or watching television, and get into the habit of taking baby with you while you putter around the house.
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Re: importance of talking to your baby

Postby Donat on 07 Oct 2012, 15:51

I found out a very good activity for babies' developmen. Nadia, you should talk to the baby and always tell her what you are going to do before you do it. “I’m going to put you down.” “I’m going to change your diaper.” “I’m going to give you a kiss.”
Also say to her, “I am going to pick you up.” Then, stretch out your arms to offer a visual cue.
Say one word, such as “up” or “down,” instead of an entire sentence. If you hold out your arms and say the word “up” each time you are going to pick up the baby, she soon will stretch out her arms when she sees yours stretched out.
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