Linguistic Development

To foster a love for reading and writing and ignite growth in linguistics children experience a wide range of childrens literature, journaling, language experience and word play. Children have easy access to a wide variety of writing materials including large paper, letter, word & picture cards, board books, a children’s picture dictionary, markers, colored pencils, gel pens etc… Children share their own stories and are encouraged to talk and converse. Interactive language immersion is fundamental. Language development is both authentic and meaningful.

Brain Fact: Linguistic development begins in the left temporal and frontal lobes during infancy and continues to develop until late in life.
Literacy Fact: “The single most important factor influencing children’s literacy is how much children are read to.” Raising Readers Helping your Child to Literacy – Bialostok
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