Countless research studies over decades have shown that strong phonological awareness skills lead to strong reading skills. This post contains simple activities you can do to help develop phonological awareness skills.
It's easy to forget that communication is so much more than the words we say. There is eye contact, gestures, facial expressions, and body language that all influence how the information we say is perceived.
Welcome to part 3 of our 4 part blog series on feeding development! In case you missed them, check out our posts on important motor milestones for feeding and when to introduce certain food consistencies to your baby. This week we are we'll cover typical oral motor milestones.