Let Your Kid Listen To Varying Sounds and Languages
Helping your child learn and get acquainted with different languages is a great trait to inculcate in your little one at this age. It is known that children who learn and become proficient with multiple languages at a young age develop better language and communication skills as they grow up.
1. Encourage your child to properly enunciate all the words that she says. Encouraging this habit ensures that your child develops the correct enunciation of the word and has a better understanding of words and the language that she is using.
2. Asking your child to say something in multiple languages when she is learning a language is another great habit to foster in your child. When your child does this, it helps to develop a strong associative memory between the language that your child knows, reinforcing and improving on the proficiency that your little one has in the languages that she knows.
3. Objects, things, and people in your little one’s environment will have their own characteristic sounds associated with them. These are great exercises to reinforce associative memory in your child, to correlate sounds with people, places, and objects helping in identifying and relating to multiple things in her day-to-day life.
4. Keep in mind that your little one might just be starting to learn these multi-pronged approaches to language and communication skills. Remember that your child is unique and that she will take her own time to pick up these skills. Practicing patience and persistence in teaching your child these skills is key to make it a fun and educating experience for your child.