Younger Infant: Emergent Literacy

Posted by Nate McCallister on March 25, 2016
Young-Infant-Reading

Before we learn to love books, we hit them. At least, younger infants do. This may be a sign, however, that the child is beginning to connect with print materials. As younger infants move toward realms where literacy begins to … Read More

Younger Infant: Communicating and Speaking

Posted by Nate McCallister on January 27, 2016
Mom-Talking-to-Young-Infant

Ever get the feeling your seven month old infant is talking to you? Well, young infants do talk. Sort of. Even as young infants, children begin to develop vocal communication skills. Some examples of progress in this area follow as … Read More

Younger Infant: Listening and Understanding

Posted by Nate McCallister on December 21, 2015
Dad-Feeding-Baby

“I put the spoon in the cereal. I scoop the cereal. Here comes the cereal,” Dad says to baby as the child opens her mouth to scarf down the scoop. To talk through routines like this with infants may seem … Read More