Communication, Language and Literacy - Older Toddler (18 to 36 Months)
Ready to get chatty? Research shows that the more parents talk with their children, the larger vocabularies they develop. This can also help your child learn more complex sentence structures. At this stage, make sure you're having plenty of conversations with your child - in the car, the bath tub, during meals, etc. Use new words when you talk to your toddler, and remember to read LOTS of books with them every day.
About This Domain
From birth, children are learning language and developing the ability to communicate. The Communication, Language and Literacy domain describes many important aspects of children’s language and early literacy development.