Way to Go, Mother Goose: 3 Ways Nursery Rhymes Help Baby's Language & Cognitive Skills by Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP
Introducing your child to nursery rhymes or whimsical books, like the Iza Trapani series, is priceless! The sing-song rhythmical patterns are more than fun, they actually help improve your child’s language and cognitive skills. Here are three ways they can help build your child's vocabulary and language skills:
- Hearing the rhythm and rhyme patterns improves the awareness of the sounds and syllables that make up words.
- As you read, your graceful, flowing speech helps your child develop memorization of patterns.
- The author’s clever use of word choice enriches vocabulary, while introducing the components of storytelling.
That Mother Goose, she knows what she’s doing!
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