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It is up to you to take full advantage of the developmental stage

Établi: 20 janvier Du, 2022
- Even if your child cannot yet articulate the words, he or she can use bodily movements to recognize that a word is read and understood. For example, when getting your nine-month-old daughter to read the word 'nose', she may not be able to utter the word yet but she can point to that part of her body.
- Instead of getting your child to succumb to the pressure of learning in school to keep up with kids of the same age, you can give your child the advantage by teaching him or her how to read during the infancy stage.

Additional Information on Getting Your Baby to Read
Now that you already have an idea about just how pliable a child's mind is that you can get your baby to read starting from when he or she is several months old, what other things can you do on your end as a parent? If you want to shock other parents with the fact that your child can read at nine months, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind before you can claim, "my baby can read."

First, instead of purchasing an expensive DVD or learning set, what you can do is to allot some time out of your busy schedule to actually get your baby to read. Use visually effective tools such as flashcards, or a simple paper and marker.

When you show a clearly written word to your baby, make sure to pronounce the word clearly and demonstrate what it means. For example, you can write the word yes, pronounce it and nod your head as a demonstration of what the word actually means.
You can do this in combination with other methods to get your nine-month old baby to read. Remember that kids have a short attention span, so it's best to spend only about an hour or so for the 'reading lessons', although you can do it on a daily basis.

There are many great programs out that will really take you by the hand and give you the guidance you'll need. Dr. Titzer's Your Baby Can Read! has a great program with easy to follow steps that will literately walk you through everything you'll need.

As a parent, it is up to you to take full advantage of the developmental stage in your child's life. With some knowledge, understanding, time and your love to your kids as a parent, you can get your baby to read in an age as early as 9-months-old, I know because my baby can read.

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