BRAIN FACT: Babies Learn Language When Speech Is Specifically Directed Toward Them

Monday, September 27, 2010

Babies learn language when speech is specifically directed toward them. When an infant or toddler sees mouth movements, and facial expressions strong connections are made in the brain and language learning is enhanced.

A recent study reported findings related to verbal development.   Click here to read information on the study.

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