Expressing needs, wants, ideas, and thoughts are important skills to be developed along with other learning skills. It is also useful in a non-learning environment, as a good speaking skill will prevent miscommunications and frustrations in any settings.
Broca’s and Wernicke’s area are fundamental in controlling verbal output and verbal comprehension.

As a parent or a teacher, I’m sure you have heard many tips on how to stimulate a child’s language development. Here are 20 creative ways you can do to stimulate your child’s speech:

To know how your child’s speech development is going, here are a few pointers as parents’ directions to keep track on the child’s speech development:

When you speak, the language areas of the brain are stimulated. So, how does the brain create and understand language?

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