Suprun spoke about the benefits of communicating with the kids in the "children's language"
Conversations with the kids in the “children's language” are useful for their future language skills, said the acting head of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
Babbling with children is an important component of the development of the baby, especially in the first three years of life, when intensive brain development occurs. This was on Sunday, November 18, reported by the Acting Head of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine Uliana Suprun on her Facebook page.
According to her, UNICEF Ukraine advises parents to babble with children during communication.
"And if you think that lisping is not serious, you are deeply mistaken! Babbling with children is not only sweet or ridiculous communication, but an important component of the development of the baby, especially in the first three years of life when the brain develops intensively," in the message.
According to Suprun, studies show that a conversation with children in the "children's language" stimulates brain development. Even when the child has not yet spoken words, this process is useful for his future language skills and general ability to learn.
It is noted that when we pronounce words slowly, melodiously, we express them expressively, we actively use facial expressions, change the tone of the conversation to a more “childish” one – the child is better absorbed in communication, pays more attention to the language and remembers more new words.
“Many people, when they meet with a baby, go on babbling instinctively, but not all consider it necessary. Mostly fathers, who still do not know how important it is, avoid“ childhood talk ”. Share this video with them,” noted I. . Heads of the Ministry of Health.
Suprun earlier told why children should not be banned from playing with animals.
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