Sentences with stumblings and pauses are easier for children to follow. Credit: Getty Images Parents who, uh, you know, kind of like, that is to say, stumble over their words may actually be, sort of, teaching their children how to s...What did Henry Higgins know, anyway? An er, um, like or pause can benefit speech development.
Teaching your child a second language, such as Spanish, at an early age can improve her cognitive abilities. Credit: Getty
Parlez-vous français? ¿Habla español? Sprechen sie Deutsch?Speaking a second language g...Speaking a second language gives toddlers some cognitive advantages.
Should young children watch television? Photo: jupiterimages Parents might think twice before allowing young children to watch television. Researchers in Washington state are the first to discover a possible link between TV exp...
Actress Tori Spelling, who is expecting her second child in June, believes that swearing in front of children is fine as long as it is done correctly. Apparently, it's all about the tone of your voice. Angry and loud F-bombs are bad, sweet little bab...
She was nearly four-years-old and my daughter was ready to blow. She was furious at me for hurrying her out the door when clearly she didn't want to be hurried. She was sitting at the top of the stairs, face pinched in fury, while I stood at the fron...
I've noticed lately that Ellie has taken a phrase that I say often and made it her own. I actually didn't realize I was beginning many sentences with "I'm guessing" until she started doing it. As in, "I'm guessing you aren't going to let me have ice ...
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