Language development is a process starting early in human life. Infants start without langiage, yet by 10 months, babies can distinguish speech sounds and engage in babbling. Language development can be promoted by talking, reading, enjoying music together and story telling. It is important for toddlers to hit specific milestones. There are a lot that parents can do to help with this process. Providing the right tools is extremely important. Books, games, CDs and other unique products can help with sounds, reading and writing.
Boost reading readiness skills with hands-on set of 36 soft-molded farm animals & 23 progressively challenging activities.
from 3 years+
Magnetic Sentence Builder
This a great tool to develop early sentence-building skills. It also expands vocabulary, creative writing, reading, and spelling skills. The ¾" tall word and punctuation vinyl magnets are color-coded... Read More
Reciting the ABCs is just the beginning of alphabet mastery. There’s so much more to learn, and Alphabet Al leads the way! Children sing along with engaging tunes for each letter and play musical... Read More
By Dr. Pam Schiller. Prepare children for reading success with these unique songs, tongue twisters, games, and activities. Each song reinforces at least one valuable literacy skill. This multi... Read More
An easy and fun approach to teaching your child to read