Early-years technology “awakens the imagination and fosters the cognitive development of young children”, while developing early literacy skills in children who may not have a language-rich home environment, according to Remake Learning, the blog of the Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network. Read: How Early Years Innovators Are Changing The Tech Game Best of all, parents and caregivers
Deaf children can learn new words and language visually, so pictures or simple drawings are key to developing their ability to link words and meaning before they actually read. Informal diaries with stick figures, line drawings and specific pictures can help reinforce this link by recording what’s been learned in daily activities. This way, both
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