The First Five Years: Communication | WYPR

The First Five Years: Communication

Jul 2, 2014

Credit Maryland Family Network

From the day they're born, children communicate in many ways. For example, crying can mean  boredom, hunger or pain depending on the pitch and volume. The national nonprofit Zero to Three has some tips to help parents encourage language development in babies.

Those tips include: Reinforce your child's communication, talk with your child and listen  too, narrate your time together, and be a good role model. 

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