“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. It is a necessity.” – Kay Redfield Jamison Play is vital for young children’s learning, and the main way in which language skills (and lots of other skills) develop. Through play, children make sense of the world, learn and use new vocabulary, […]
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The best toys for early language developm...
I have recently been working with a number of younger children. As speech therapists we are regularly contacted by families seeking reassurance and assessment for their 2 year old who isn’t talking yet. One question that often comes up is “What toys or games will help my child?”. There are so many toys available for babies […]