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A resource for our times
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For filling the development, word and language gap
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Share these rhymes actively and interactively with infants, safe in the knowledge that you will be bonding with them and supporting their communication, cognitive, physical and social and emotional development #rhyme and #rhythm for #development #earlylearning #reading #lifelonglearning

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Wizzy's Words

Wizzy's Words

Publication: Aug. 28, 2021

*A social enterprise and key to the door of educational and life-long success for ALL children
*A book based on extensive language and child development research and universally validated data
*70, illustrated rhymes for sharing with infants, to ensure their nurture & development from birth
*Rhymes for promoting bonding & communication, cognitive, physical, social and emotional development
*Rhymes for developing infants' knowledge and understanding of the world and phonological awareness
*Rhymes with the essential vocabulary for developing #reading and #learning readiness #indoors & #outdoors
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From birth, the brain's activity is naturally rhythmic

Whether nursery rhymes are spoken, chanted or sung they have an acoustic-phonological map (Leong & Goswami). Syllables & onset & rhyme are building blocks for language & learning development. || At 7 to 9 months infants respond to both infant directed speech & music || At 9 to 12 months infants respond more to music than infant directed speech (Zentner & Eerola) || Rhythm & music have the potential to entrain neural activity for all || Use nursery rhymes to promote the brain and body synchrony that underpins learning || #parents #childcareprovider #teachers