TALK, SING AND POINT

Children are able to learn language before they are born – talking, singing, and pointing stimulate the brain, provide clues to the meaning of words, and build important neural connections in the brain. Anyone can talk, sing, or point while interacting with a baby or young child as they go about their day – strong connections between caregivers and children are built through eye contact and a loving tone of voice when they respond to facial expressions, coos, babbles, and eventually, words. As children get older, talking to them and answering their questions teaches them about the world, and helps us to know the fascinating person they are becoming!

Visit the Kent County Success Basics TALK page: https://www.successstartsearly.org/talk-sing-and-point/

Listen to By Leaps & Bounds Radio Series segment on TALK:
coming soon

PBS KIDS GAMES & APPS
Daniel Tiger (age 2-4)

Sesame Street (age 2-7)

PBS LearningMedia RESOURCES

Sesame Street (age 2-7)

Daniel Tiger (age 2-4)