1) Pre-Verbal Communication

Pre-verbal communication skills are crucial for a child’s ability to communicate effectively with others without relying on spoken words. These skills serve as the building blocks for their future speech and language development. By engaging in activities such as making eye contact, using gestures, sharing attention on a common object, and taking turns in communication, children are able to establish a strong foundation for their linguistic skills.

By engaging in a variety of pre-verbal communication activities, children are able to practice and refine the fundamental skills necessary for effective communication. Through consistent interaction and exposure to different forms of communication, children can gradually enhance their abilities in areas such as understanding social cues, expressing their needs and desires, and establishing meaningful connections with others. These early experiences play a significant role in shaping a child’s overall communication skills and pave the way for their future language development.