To mark World Book Day Ireland (March 1st), Sound Advice will make a draw of the names of everyone who follows our Facebook page by March 5th, 2012. The prize is a copy of the Sound Advice children’s book, “A Birthday For Ben”(2009). Make sure to ‘Like’ our new Facebook page by March 5th to be in, to win!
A book, “Music Is The Key To Unlocking Your Child’s Potential” by language therapist Karen O’Connor, has launched in Ireland (€12.99, Londubh Books). The book tells how music-based sound therapy engaged specific children at Karen’s practice, with their learning and language subsequently developing. In 2011, the Sound Advice piece, “Music Has Educational Benefits For Deaf
All babies lip-read from about 6 months of age, to learn mouth-shapes for the sounds they hear, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University. When a baby gazes intently at a speaker’s mouth, this indicates they are working to learn to form syllables for themselves, instead of just babbling. Read: Babies Learn Language By Reading
Are you curious about what your child will learn when they start school? How will they learn, and with what? Computers, not books! Today’s toddlers are digital natives. Namely, they will grow up knowing how to use smartphones and tablet PCs, regardless of their social or educational background. More preschoolers know how to use a
The Disability Service at Trinity College, Dublin is hosting an information evening this month for potential students with physical/sensory disabilities. Date: Friday January 27th 2012 Time: 6.30pm Venue: Room 3074, 3rd Floor, Arts Building, TCD The evening will begin with an overview of the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE), and will outline the range