Help your child talk: Talk about what your child is doing

Last month, I wrote about talking about what you are doing.  This week, let’s look at talking about what your child is doing.

When you narrate what your child is doing, seeing, or feeling, he’ll learn the words to express himself better.  Just remember to repeat, repeat, repeat.  Use shorter sentences and phrases, too.  Then your child will be more likely to use your words as his own.

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