PAULA SPENCER SCOTT
December 14, 2017
Paula Spencer Scott
Especially between ages 3 to 5, there seems to be a “gigantic window of opportunity when kids are especially receptive to learning new words,” Enz says. They can learn up to 10 new words a day—if they’re exposed to them, she says.
What’s going on?
One common thread seems to be a basic but critical social skill that many experts fear is falling by the wayside: understanding how to have a conversation.
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