The more parents talk to babies, the better the children will do in school
January 12, 2011
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Children will do significantly better in school if their parents spend lots of time talking with them before the children reach three years old — that’s the finding of a 10-year study of how parents’ interaction with young children affects the children’s ability to learn.
And we hope every parent will realize how important it is that they spend lots of time interacting with their children from the moment their children are born.
Here’s a link to a story on the research. “Closing The Achievement Gap With Baby Talk“
Please read (or listen to) the story and help us spread the word about how important it is for parents to interact with their children.