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Thanks for an inspiring book list! There is so much richness in one book- it brings new surprises with each time I read it. You have to see what happens to the balloon and the banana.
Many Usborne books include a little duck hidden on each page and children love seeking for that. That brings preposition teaching opportunities galore! I would include the books by Leo Leoni. They are good on many levels and have a moral message that is great for character development, eg: SWIMMY is about cooperation.
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I used them before retiring as an SLP. Kids loved them and many of the books were great for turning into bulletin board activities that the kids helped design and make. We had a lot of fun with this. Excellent for older kids who loved the story and could help read it. So many opportunities to introduce and reinforce language concepts.
For baby's brain to benefit, read the right books at the right time
Love Duck and Goose especially Goose needs a Hug. I have the Jimmy Fallon book, and at the risk of sounding dense, how do you read this to a one year old in the most productive way? What else can i do? Your email address will not be published.
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Learn how your comment data is processed. Unable to display Facebook posts. Show error. Start by talking to your newborn baby in a loving, joyful manner and use the tips below to help your baby learn to understand your language s. Since the tips are different for babies who have not yet learned 50 words compared to babies and toddlers who have learned at least 50 words, it is important to change the way you talk to your baby as your baby acquires language skills.
This means that these tips are not strictly age-based — they are also skill-based. Robert Titzer. Ambridge, B.
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Rowland, C. The ubiquity of frequency effects in first language acquisition.
Journal of Child Language, 42, pp Smith, L. Learning how to learn words: An associative crane. Golinkoff, et al.