Way to Go, Mother Goose: 3 Ways Nursery Rhymes Help Baby's Language & Cognitive Skills! by Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP

Baby Parenting
a year ago
Way to Go, Mother Goose: 3 Ways Nursery Rhymes Help Baby's Language & Cognitive Skills!

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. 

  • 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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