Infant and toddler

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How can parents enrich their toddlers learning and language development?

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    Types of infant/toddler centers teach these activites. Search online for them to see what hospital or doctor's office is close by you.

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    You can also enrich them by reading books(make sur to have books that have BIG letters and sound them out)Listening to a variety of music is a good alternative too (such as Polka, Opera, Jazz, New World would probably put them to sleep ha.)

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    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. The first site is a PDF file to download:

    1. http://www.mgh.harvard.edu/pcs/Heal_Lang/Facilitating_Langua

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    3. another PDF file: http://www.mothergooseprograms.org/articles/2002.pdf

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    Of course, reading to the child is also crucial for development in language.

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