Posts Tagged ‘reading programs for infants’

Your baby Cannot Read, and Cannot Learn Unless He Plays First

Author – Moira Sullivan, MS, OTR/L, occupational therapist

First of all, your baby cannot read. Reading involves understanding what is written which comes only after learning from the environment. They may make sounds in response to seeing a word and hearing the sound for that word many times, but that is not reading.

Occupational therapists use play to increase motor and sensory processing skills in children. Need help paying for occupational therapy, an HSA may help, get affordable health insurance quotes.

Why use play? Play is the work of a child, it is how they learn.

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