Your first language
Infants start out by listening to their mothers voice. Weeks after sight is developed. With that in mind your child sees you repeating facial gestures as well as hand motions. In teaching a infant how to express themselves, it’s your job to teach language at this point. Since your child still hasn’t developed making communication through vocabulary why not, use hand language. Facial expressions and words will develop as time goes on.
A child crying usually indicates that there is a need. Be that there’s a dirty diaper, hunger, attention etc… If you teach your child how hand language works, say to motion tipping a hand motion to their mouth, would indicate to you that your child was thirsty. Putting a spoon motion to their mouth would indicate that they are hungry. Pinching their nose to tell you that they need a change.
These are just a few examples of how you can teach your child to communicate through hand language and the importance of understanding and memorization skills at an early age. Remember during the first three years are crucial for learning and developing the brain. Your child will develop hand gestures way before verbal skills are acquired so, why not look for some alternatives ways to enhance your child’s communication skills? It’s up to you to understand your child better than anyone else. Give your child the opportunity of being understood and build their confidence as well. Confidence is a key factor in developing learning skills and developing cognitive thinking skills.
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