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Language Development

 

 

  • Children show evidence of a growing vocabulary and the development of listening and conversational skills.
  • They express thoughts , ideas and feelings with increasing confidence and fluency.
  • They talk about their experiences , ask questions and follow instructions.
  • They sustain attentive listening and respond to stories, nursery rhymes, jingles and songs.
  • They begin to show an awareness of rhyme.
  • They engage in role play , using appropriate language to express their feelings.
  • Children enjoy books and know how to handle them carefully and appropriately .
  • They are aware that the printed word has meaning.
  • They recognise their own first names.
  • They engage in early attempts at writing.
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