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How language develops in your child’s mind

Sugandha Tiwari
3 to 7 years

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How language develops in your childs mind

Your child has spoken her first word. Now you wait with bated breath for ‘Mama, I want to eat!’ or ‘Papa, let’s go out and play!’ You listen attentively every day but all you get is some sweet babble. ‘Trust me…’, says our blogger Sugandha Tiwari, ‘…your child is as impatient as you, if not more! Her mind is forming shapes and words that she wants to tell the whole world about, and it is only a matter of time before she does… meanwhile, why not find joy in her daily progress?’ Here are some insights shared by Sugandha that tell us how a child’s vocabulary actually takes shape – and which can actually help you track her progress.


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Sugandha Tiwari

| Jul 10, 2017

Dear Parents, Kindly share if you would like to read on some other topics as well. I shall be more than happy to write.

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Deepak Pandey

| Feb 07, 2017

wonderful! some useful tips to make life better of a parent and a child relationship. being away at work for most of the time in a day, u are left with just a few hours to spend with your child. Well in my case, I met my child only once a week and only for a few hours. This is when I came to know that she tend to forget me every time she saw me the next time. But now I have the job in the same city, we live together. She shares a bond of love now. She knows my presence and absence. She enquires of me. We play in the evening as soon as I arrive home. But, technology is playing a spoil sport here.

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Asima Nabi

| Jan 26, 2017

very useful tips for good parenting

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Anjal Kapil Yadav

| Jan 10, 2017

Nice article

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Bharati Singha

| Jan 05, 2017

So nice tips

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Manish

| Dec 30, 2016

thanks

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preeti

| Dec 28, 2016

Must read for every parent.

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Vaishali KBhavsar

| Nov 24, 2016

useful tips

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Sakshi Lanjekar

| Nov 17, 2016

Thank you

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Meenaa Raghuram

| Nov 17, 2016

useful tips

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Pradipta Aine

| Nov 17, 2016

Very nice.... I can relate the blog with Rik's development. ... Rik first word was Baba.....

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Anusuya Ransingh

| Nov 17, 2016

Very nicely explained. very useful. Thank you very much.

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