WIZZY’S WORDS research-based infant nursery rhymes for today. Share from birth for successful early and lifelong learning

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An early years learning and teaching resource for our times
Based on current language and child development research
Developed to fill a prevailing language gap between infants


#rhyme and #rhythm for #development #phonoglocialawareness #earlylearning

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. START NOW with the free sample rhymes below.

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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