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About this app

Did you know that you can begin to talk to your child as early as birth? If you did, then you’re on the right track to getting your child ready for the infant, toddler, and preschool years. If you didn’t, Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy Interactive eBook will provide you and your child with many stimulating activities and games that are developmentally appropriate and designed to help enhance your child’s speech and language skills. There are animal games, musical sing-along games, counting and matching games, shapes and color games, vocabulary games, memory games, story time games, listening games, and so much more. These interactive games are filled with colorful animation, sound effects, and audio recordings that will make your child’s learning experiences enjoyable and fun. Not only will your child acquire various communication skills, but bonding between you and your child will naturally take place through these fun and creative interactive activities.
The period of birth to age five is a crucial time for language development because at this age the spoken word develops naturally as a result of various types of stimulation. Brain growth, self-confidence, and expressive and receptive language skills can be enhanced through talking, playing, and reading with your child every day. For example, your child may have common language difficulties such as pronouncing certain sounds or words clearly, using a sentence structure that requires specific parts of grammar, (i.e. verbs, pronouns, and prepositions) or recalling and using a proper vocabulary word to describe something. The fun interactive activities and games within this eBook directly correlate with this type of skill advancement and will aid in the growth of your child’s language development as well as provide you and your child with opportunities to experience special bonding moments together.

The eBook outlines many developmentally appropriate infant, toddler, and preschool activities with an explanation of the objectives, importance of each game or activity, detailed step by step instructions on how to elicit communication between you and your child, and strategies to assist in helping your infant, toddler or preschooler learn, understand, and use language during the early years. In addition, you will find developmental language milestones from birth to five years because so many language skills are acquired during this important expanding period in your child’s life. This development can take place within a language rich environment in conjunction with using specific techniques that will help encourage and stimulate your child’s language growth.

You will find this eBook not only entertaining but educational and beneficial at the same time. These games can be played when you and your child have a few extra minutes during daily routines such as playtime or snack time, whenever you are on the go, or anytime you simply want to have fun together. If you take the time to adjust your day to day interactions and your everyday routines that you are already engaging in, you can increase opportunities for speech and language development in your child. The greatest factor is that it’s not going to be a lot of extra work on your part. Good luck to you and your child as you interact together and remember to keep on talking!

Thank you for supporting Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy!! We love creating fun and educational interactive games for you. If you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to send us your feedback or leave your comments.
Updated on
Mar 17, 2024

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