Language

Language development is the effective way your baby combines cooing sounds, gurgling sounds, babbles, smiles, and cries to communicate different needs. You are the most significant adult with whom your baby will interact and communicate. The way in which you respond to and engage your baby will support language development during these very important early years.

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Language

Language Components

Receptive Language
Receptive Language

Receptive language involves your baby’s ability to listen and understand words.

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Nonverbal Language
Nonverbal Language

Nonverbal language involves sending and receiving messages, both intentionally and unintentionally, in a variety of ways without the use of words.

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Babbling
Babbling

As your baby hears vocalization by others, she is inspired to communicate back with her own vocalization patterns.

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Cultivating Language
Cultivating Language

The best way to build your baby’s language is to speak with him continuously.

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