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Preschool activities and resources
Preschool-aged children develop language skills at a very fast pace. In a short period of time, they go from producing simple sounds to speaking very complete sentences. They need your help to acquire these skills. You can provide them with several opportunities to interact with peers and adults which surround them. Conversations allow them to store a great deal of information which contributes to their vocabulary.
However, since all children are unique and evolve at their own pace, a child's language may not be at the same level as other children his age. In several cases, this problem is resolved before the child enters kindergarten. The first thing to do is to ensure the child experiences a variety of activities which will help stimulate him to speak. I have prepared a list of activities which are appropriate for language development.
Activities and interventions
There are many tools available which can stimulate children such as books, music, songs, and rhymes. Here are a few ways to exploit these tools to the fullest.
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Music and rhymes:
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