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http://www.MyToddlerTalks.com - Five effective speech therapy for tips for toddlers from Kimberly Scanlon, licensed speech pathologist and author of My Toddler Talks and Learning to Read is a Ball (both available at Amazon.com). This video is perfect for parents of late talkers or language delayed children. Visit http://www.MyToddlerTalks.com to learn more about how to stimulate speech and language in toddlers. Sign up for Kim's newsletter to receive a free Speech Therapy for Toddlers Cheat Sheet plus additional tips and resources. Subscribe to my YouTube My Toddler Talks channel page: http://www.youtube.com/MyToddlerTalks Follow me on... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Scanlonspeech Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scanlonspeech Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117034673201310554397/117034673201310554397/videos
Before they can even speak, the brains of bilingual babies show differences in how they respond to language sounds compared to monolingual babies. The study used the brain-recording technique called magnetoencephalography (MEG) to measure brain responses in 11-month-old babies. The recordings revealed that the brains of monolingual babies discriminated English, whereas the brains of bilingual babies discriminated both English and Spanish. The bilingual brains also showed increased activity in areas related to executive functioning, suggesting that exposure to two languages shapes cognitive development more generally. Read more about this study: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/04/04/bilingual-baby-brains-show-increased-activity-in-executive-function-regions/
Dana Obleman (http://www.kidsthemanual.com) shares advice for parents when your child will not listen. "How do I get my kids to listen?" This is a common issue for many parents today. In this video, Dana discusses parent child communication, and tips for parents on getting children to listen.
This is an assignment project for BBI3220 Language Acquisition & Learning.
Download Accompanying Handout: http://bit.ly/1Bu1gzD Does your baby cry during tummy time? Looking for ways to increase the amount of tummy time your baby gets each day? Every bit of Tummy Time makes a difference. Watch how to do these 5 moves and try with your child to increase the amount of Tummy Time they do each day. 1. Tummy To Tummy or Tummy To Chest 2. Tummy Down Carry or Football Hold 3. Lap Soothe 4. Eye Level Smile 5. Tummy Minute Tummy Time helps babies develop the muscles in their back, neck and trunk, on their way to meeting all their infant development milestones. Tummy Time can be difficult at first and many parents say their baby does not like it. Their muscles are not developed yet so it will take time to get used to be on their tummy. This video highlights the top five moves you can begin as soon as you bring your baby home from the hospital. These 5 Tummy Time moves will help you build up to an hour of Tummy Time each day. Visit https://pathways.org for more information on Tummy Time and infant development. All materials including videos are provided at no cost; no fees or charges may be associated with any of the Pathways.org materials without prior written approval.
Megan V. shares some ideas to help encourage a child's language development.