Language and Communication Milestones
Communication begins early in the first few months of life when infants start "cooing" and then babbling.By age two, most children are putting words together in crude sentences and rapidly learn that words symbolize or represent objects, actions, and thoughts. At ages three, four, and five, a child's vocabulary rapidly increases, and he or she begins to master the rules of language.
Our toys would partner in your lil one's journey as they discover the joys of learning a language and communicating!
- Sandpaper Alphabets Lower Case and Sandpaper Alphabets Upper Case use visual, muscular, auditory and textural senses that help reinforce alphabet shape and sound. Multisensory learning is the assumption that individuals learn better of they are taught using more than one sense ( visual, auditory, tactile & kinesthetic.)
- Progress to learning simple 3 letter CVC ( consonant-vowel-consonant) words with Vowel Cars.
- Its fun to form more complex words using finger puppets! Alphabet Puppets is a simple toy that can engage you and your lil ones for long periods.
- Form 1000 words on the Wonder Word Wheel !
Enjoy playing with and watching your lil ones grow their language skills exponentially!