Language Development In Children – Babies, Toddlers & Pre Schoolers

Here are ages and pointers for each year of development. Most children will not follow this to the letter it is only a developmental guide. If you have concerns please see your paediatrician or local speech pathologist. Starskills Online Membership : Weekly Early Learning Vocabulary and Online Printables & Worksheets 6 Month Old Language Development […]

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How to Develop Your Child’s Vocabulary

Here are some things you can start doing today that will help your child to develop their vocabulary as your child grows. Vocabulary development is foundational to future literacy skills including reading and writing. Below you will find practical things you can do with your baby, toddler and pre schooler to develop your child’s vocabulary […]

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EYLF Outcomes

Click Here to Download   The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) has five outcomes. It is all well and good to have the outcomes, but what do they mean?? How do we use them in our teaching? How do the activities that we already have apply to the EYL? I am going to break them down […]

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OUTCOME 5: Children are effective communicators

  5.5  Use information and communications technologies to access information, investigate ideas and represent their thinking Recognises and uses specific vocabulary that is related to information and communication technology, e.g. screen, keyboard, mouse Uses keyboard and mouse to operate simple computer programs, e.g. talking texts and games Experiments with the use of the keyboard for […]

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OUTCOME 5: Children are effective communicators

  5.4   Begin to understand how symbols and pattern systems work  Participates in innovation and play involving sound patterns, vocabulary and language, e.g. invented words, songs, poems, nonsense rhyming, sentence innovation Participate in literacy texts which have a predictable pattern based on rhyme or rhythm, e.g. dances, chants, rhymes, jingles, songs Demonstrate word awareness (e.g. […]

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