Hear to Learn Tip

THINK ABOUT… One aspect of early literacy development is the understanding of phonemic awareness and letter recognition. Sometimes, we might be tempted to limit literacy to just story time at night. However, there are many opportunities throughout the day to practice and build these skills using simple listening and spoken language strategies. Use this activity over and over again to help your child develop these important foundations.

How To Tell If Your Baby Can Hear, According To Experts

There are so many benchmarks and milestones to look for when you have a baby. There’s holding their head up, smiling, sitting without support, crawling, and walking, among many others. One of the biggest milestones parents look forward to is babbling and talking. Hearing affects those two milestones though, and you may be wondering how to tell if your baby can hear, especially if they aren’t reacting to sounds as an infant, or beginning to babble at about 4 months old.

Link: https://www.romper.com/p/how-to-tell-if-your-baby-can-hear-according-to-experts-71943