More Than Baby Talk- Post Survey
Trainer: Katy Droubie
Knowledge and Skills
There are 3 stages of infancy: young infants, mobile infants, and older infants
Young infants learn quickly to recognize voices and identify smells.
Mobile infants explore with objects, finding new ways to make things happen.
Older infants learn to use things the ways that work best.
The interactions that children have with adults influence how children develop and learn.
Infants can communicate before they learn to talk.
If infants do not hear a lot of language, the brain areas for the perception of speech do not develop normally.
Shared interest in toys is the first bridge to conversation.
Children understand many words before they can say them.
The adult child-directed speech speaks with exaggerated intonations so that the speech has a singsong quality.
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