It’s never too early to talk numbers with a child.
Using words that start the conversation about comparison, patterns and shapes is important.
That’s advice from Dr. Dana Suskind’s book, “Thirty Million Words: Building a Child’s Brain.”
Research that Suskind and her team at the University of Chicago have done supports research that indicates that the more words a young child hears, the stronger the connections in that child’s brain will be. Children who hear fewer words before age 3 face challenges in developing language and reading skills they will need to succeed in school.
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For more advice, check out TMW Tips: Building Your Baby’s Brain, linked here.