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What is babbling and why is it important? From birth, babies make sounds like laughing, crying, and cooing. These early sounds start to change from around five months of age when the range of sounds increases, and consonant and vowel sounds are linked together to produce syllables like bababa and...

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What is signing? Signing is a way of using your hands to make different movements and shapes to represent words. Why use signing? Some children can successfully use signing as a means of communication. Some children find being signed to really helps them understand language. How do people learn...

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Social communication Children of this age will probably be using facial expressions to communicate how they feel and use eye contact and looking as a way of interacting. They should start to show more interest in sharing in activities like a toy, a book or a physical game, with another person for...

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