Blog Posts - Language Development



Basic Skills You Can Teach Your Toddler

The primary responsibility of parenthood is to teach children how to cope with life. They need you to equip them with skills that they can use to live successful lives. Teaching a child starts when they are young. Toddlers and preschoolers are at a g...
by ParentsNeed on Dec 15, 2016

Fri-NALLY

The adage is still true, the days are long but the weeks and months go so fast! But it’s Friday…Fri-NALLY! I can’t believe April is over and this week just completely flew by. I started this post on Tuesday, put it down and just rea...
by I'd Roll need on Apr 29, 2016

Friday Link-up and Loving Lately

Another week in the books, and I’m enjoying a little late night surfing while KK sleeps next to me. This weekend is definitely going to be PACKED. It’s the annual Kholucks McBacheloff party we do with friends (all our last names combined...
by I'd Roll need on Apr 23, 2016

2011 - 2015 Question Papers PAPER II SPEECH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND DISORDERS Dr. MGR University

Dr. MGR University AUGUST 2011 Question PaperSubject : PAPER II – SPEECH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND DISORDERS [KZ 0811] Sub. Code: 2302 B.Sc. AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY FIRST YEAR PAPER II – SPEECH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND DISORDERS...
by University Question Papers on Feb 12, 2016

Toddler Language Musings

This is one of those days where I found a few extra minutes and I wanted to just jump on the blog and talk. I feel like blogging these days focuses so much on curating a constant stream of evergreen content that will live as long as a McDonald’...
by I'd Roll need on Feb 10, 2016

First Language Influences How the Brain Interprets Language

A recent study has determined that the first language influences how the brain interprets language subsequently, even if the first language is no longer spoken. […]...
by How To Learn on Dec 6, 2015

Little Chatter Box

Motherhood is full of moments that make you swell with pride.  When your little baby first rolls over, their first smiles and their first steps.  As they get older the changes seem to happen in quick succession, often with a few things developing a...
by You Baby Me Mummy on Jun 7, 2015

Childhood: language: love you!

When my daughter first uttered the words ah la loo (I love you) to my husband she was about 18 months old, and we melted. We have melted with each new version, and there have been several! From ah la loo we moved on to lu loo which then became lu loo...
by mumturnedmom on Apr 6, 2015

Childhood: language: bless you!

Over the last couple of weeks I have joined in with ‘From the Mouths of Babes’ over at Little Hearts Big Love. I have shared old posts, and it has been lovely to reminisce about the funny things that the children, the wee girl in particul...
by mumturnedmom on Mar 30, 2015

Preschooler preamble – holiday talk

N is a typical 3 year old, who never stops talking.  Or singing. Or asking questions.  Just making his voice heard.  But over the last week or so we’ve had some classic conversations that I just had to share. Now we all know that people say the...
by Bubbablue and Me on Oct 18, 2014

Mainstreaming Special Needs Children Helps Language Develop

New research has found that mainstreaming special needs children helps language develop among preschoolers. When the language skills of the child's classmates was measured in […]...
by How To Learn on Aug 3, 2014

Computer Tablet May Help KIds With Autism Speak

Using a computer tablet may help kids with autism speak and interact, according to new research.  When the tablet is added to traditional therapies, language […]...
by How To Learn on Jul 6, 2014

Handbook of Phycholinguistics

  Handbook of Phycholinguistics With Psycholinguistics in its fifth decade of existence, the second edition of the Handbook of Psycholinguistics represents a comprehensive survey of psycholinguistic theory, research and methodology, with special...
by booksmedicos on Mar 26, 2014

Handbook of Phycholinguistics

  Handbook of Phycholinguistics With Psycholinguistics in its fifth decade of existence, the second edition of the Handbook of Psycholinguistics represents a comprehensive survey of psycholinguistic theory, research and methodology, with special...
by booksmedicos on Mar 26, 2014

Early morning toddler conversations

N’s language and confidence in his speech has been coming on leaps and bounds over the last couple of months. He’s spot on with lots of body parts, although I’m not sure I really want to be hearing about certain … Continue rea...
by Bubbablue and Me on Aug 31, 2013

Get Little Ones Started on Learning a Second Language with Little Pim!

The minds of little children are like sponges. They absorb information and knowledge so quickly! Ever notice how children who learn a second language at a young age speak it more fluently and accent-free than children who learn it when they’re olde...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on Aug 6, 2013

Better World Books

What are good books for a 3 year old that would encourage clear speech articulated? My girl 3 years old, only the third anniversary on Monday. She is very talkative, but his voice is clear and audible. I'm looking for books that would help foste...
by sharon loves books and cats on Mar 21, 2013

4/365 Toddler singing

Oliver has been enjoying playing with an old toy of Joseph’s this week, the sing and discover Piano! He loves to press the buttons on the piano part of the keyboard to make music and turns the pages over on … Continue reading →...
by mumofthreeboys on Feb 5, 2013

I CAN - Chatting with Children (Review)

Jack is a chatterbox, sometimes he talks a lot of nonsense, but most of is chatter is asking questions or role playing with his 'mens'. Some children his age (and older) are not quite as chatty and may need a bit of help with communicating. The Chil...
by The Crazy Kitchen on Nov 7, 2012

The linguistic genius of babies

I want you to take a look at this baby. What you’re drawn to are her eyes and the skin you love to touch. But today I’m going to talk to you about something you can’t see — what’s going on up in that little brain of hers...
by Psychology Videos on Oct 2, 2012


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