By Grace Adams, Speech Pathologist. There are lots of ways to build your child's vocabulary, and they don't need to be complicated.Vocabulary refers to the set of words that a child knows. Vocabulary can be split into two types: receptive vocabulary and expressive vocabulary. A child’s receptive vocabulary consists of the words the child understands when he/she hears or reads Read more
Learning to read is a complex task, and takes lots of time and practice. Here are some ideas to help your child with reading at home and make it a fun and rewarding activity. Make reading sessions short Giving undivided attention when you help your child with reading is ideal. Short, regular sessions of about 10-15 minutes are better than having a long session once a Read more
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