Your Child Is Now Able To Recognise Nonverbal Cues

Your toddler in this age group would become curious to grasp new things and is also eligible to recognize nonverbal cues. Make him learn cues indicated through hands, facial expressions or head nod. This would take time and needs practice, so be patient and impart this knowledge with a smiling face. 

What you need to know

This learning is very important for enhancing your toddler’s interactive skills. Nonverbal cues for ‘No’ and ‘Yes’ should be taught in the initial lessons. Once your little one is familiar with such cues, then practice them in the day-to-day setup.

Your Child Is Now Able To Recognise Nonverbal Cues




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