Help your child’s language skills by speaking to her in complete sentences and in ‘adult’ language. Help her to use the correct words and phrases.
From: CDC: Child Development
Establish a place for art supplies early on, that is both easily accessible and neat.
To help develop a writing grasp, have your child color with broken crayons (if your child is still putting inappropriate things in his mouth, adult supervision is required to prevent choking).
Bring your child to places where he or she can learn- The zoo, museums, parks and child classes.
Being involved in your child’s education is extremely important for all kids, and especially for kids with speech, language or learning difficulties.