Age 3 to 5 Milestones

This age is key for development of speech and language and you will might notice your child using new words and phrases almost every day. They will also be asking endless questions! Click on the age of your child to find out more.

  • Three years: using new words and phrases almost daily.
  • Four years: children understand and say lots of words and sentences.
  • Five years: learning to listen, understand and share ideas at school.

Why reading is good for talking

Why reading is good for talking Sharing books with babies and young children is a fun way to get talking. You and your child will enjoy the experience, which means there is a strong chance it will become a regular activity.

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Preparing for school

Tips to make your child's first day at school fun.

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