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Do Late Talkers "Grow out of It?

A Late Talker is a toddler under 30 months who has a small vocabulary for his or her age, but is developing typically otherwise. It’s easy to assume that these children don’t need extra help because many of them seem to catch up on their own. However, a look at the research tells us that this may not be the case.

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Explaining why things happen with Lost and Found

The better your child understands the stories he hears, the easier it will be for him to read and write stories on his own later. One way to build your child’s understanding is to talk about why certain things happen in the book, or why characters do certain things. Here a few strategies to get you started.

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