Small Talk

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Nicola Lathey, Tracey Blake
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Proven, simple, fun ways to enhance your baby's language and communication skills to help make them smarter and more sociable - by a leading speech and language therapist This book will help you encourage and stimulate the natural stages of language development in the crucial early years. Featuring lots of practical Small Talk Time ideas - quick, fun language games to play with your baby, toddler and preschooler - you will feel confident you know what to do to enhance your child's communication from birth to help them reach their potential and give them the best head start for lifelong learning. After all, a parent is a child's best teacher. Find out: - The one single technique you must adopt to make the most significant impact on your child's language ability - The truth about dummies, tongue tie, dribbling, why bottles are so bad after 12 months, baby signing and whether TV hinders your child's language development - About causes for concern and where to turn for help

For example, you might chat with another person who is waiting for the bus to arrive, or to the person beside you waiting to get on an aeroplane. People also make small talk in a doctor's or dentist's waiting room, or in queues at the grocery store.

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