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Folklore and Communication with your Baby

Folklore and Communication with your Baby

under 9 months

Use folklore in games and communication with your baby - folk songs and nursery rhymes, stories and jokes. Folklore has absorbed folk wisdom that has been passed down from generation to generation. In addition, it is a good trainer for developing your baby's speech skills.

Folklore works attract kids with their high intonation expressiveness. Simple rhyme, repeated words and sound combinations, exclamations involuntarily force the baby to listen, freeze, peer into the speaker's face. That is why in the first three months of an infant’s life, it’s important to develop the perception of the intonation coloring of native speech: affirmative, interrogative, exclamatory, with which a person expresses joy, sadness or discontent, a question or request, surprise or fear.

You can play this game: say one sentence with different intonations. Pronounce sentences humorously, melodiously, with pauses so that the baby has the opportunity to listen.

Folklore works will help you in many everyday situations: when you bathe your baby, put them to bed, when you teach your baby to speak, to navigate through spaces. With nursery rhymes and little stories, it's fun to wake up, do exercises and wash up.

Take a photo of your baby, upload the photo to the application. Write a little about how your baby reacts to the songs and nursery rhymes that you sing and tell them.

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