A child's language development, and ways to promote it
Before a child begins to learn any particular language, he/she learn to interact in a number of ways. A child's ways of communication may include hand gestures, cooing noises, facial expressions or babbling sounds to interact with their immediate environment. In order to ensure your child progressively becomes an active communicator, parents must help provide both the motivation and environment to sharpen speech and communication abilities in the child. Acquiring language skills afterall is key for learning, writing and social communicative skill development in your child.