Language

Language development encompasses your child’s emerging reading and writing skills as well as the development of her communication skills, such as listening and speaking. Two year olds typically have a vocabulary of between 70 and 225 different words. Your child will develop language more swiftly if you and other adults engage her in real conversations. Your two year old is learning language by making connections between the words she hears and the meanings of these words.She is now able to put together words to form short sentences and phrases. And while it may be quicker for your child to express herself verbally, sign language can serve as a great outlet for your child to communicate not just her needs but also her feelings.

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Language

Language Components

Listening and Understanding
Listening and Understanding

Receptive language is the aspect of communication that involves hearing, listening, and understanding. In other words, receptive language skills involve the ability to understand words and language by hearing and listening.

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Communication and Speaking
Communication and Speaking

Communication and speaking are how your child uses language to connect with others through avenues such as his voice to make sounds and his hands to sign words.

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Emerging Literacy
Emerging Literacy

Emerging or emergent literacy relates to the development of knowledge and skills associated with books and writing.

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