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coco35
coco35 asks:
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Give one example of language development age 3-5

In Topics: Cognitive development
> 60 days ago

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LouiseSattler
Nov 19, 2010
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Hello and Thank you for writing to JustAsk!

Language Development occurs at a rapid rate between birth to eight years of age.  The age span you chose is known as when children learn to ask a lot of questions as they are trying to make sense of the world around them, including their schools, preschools, family members and friends.  This is also a good time to expose a child to foreign languages, too.

Children of this age are considered at the pre-readiness or readiness level for literacy as well.

Hope this helps.

Louise Sattler, NCSP
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
owner of www.SigningFamilies.com

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salfam
salfam writes:
Read! Read! Read! Reading is a great way to develop vocabulary.

Listen to kid-friendly music.

Play games, like "I say, you say" to copy words and sounds.
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