Language

Language development is the process by which four year olds produce sounds, put words together to convey meaning, and communicate. At four months, your child was able to discriminate sound and even read lips; now she is able to make full sentences and invent her own language. There is nothing more remarkable than the emergence of language because it occurs so quickly and is so obvious in a child’s interactions with others.

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Language

Language Components

Listening & Understanding
Listening & Understanding

With listening and understanding come attention skills. Four year olds’ ability to focus their attention is a developmental stage vital to the entire process of acquiring language.

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Communication & Speaking
Communication & Speaking

Language development incorporates an ever-growing vocabulary. Four year olds will understand how sounds and words can be married to create sentences and communicate with others.

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Emerging Literacy
Emerging Literacy

Emerging or emergent literacy development describes how children acquire reading and writing skills.

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