Language Express Tip of the Week

Having a back-and-forth conversation with a child may seem like a small thing, but it turns out it's everything when it comes to helping them learn language. A new study has shown that the more children participate in back-and-forth interactions with their caregivers, the more activity they have in the part of the brain responsible for language production and processing.

Check out more tips on the Language Express Preschool Speech and Language Services website.

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