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Say that again!
NHS survey for Surrey parents of under 5's
Children of Surrey need you!
Netherne-on-the-Hill priority primary school places
Protect yourself and your baby
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Through the eyes of a child - 2-3 years

Through the eyes of a child - 2-3 years

Say that again!
Is your child two to three years old?

Did you know that your child is learning new words all the time and hearing them repeated will help them to learn them quicker? Find out what else you can do to help develop their language and communication skills in our free leaflets and cards.

For communication tips and to find out what a child this age can normally do take a look at our free Every Child a Talker leaflet for two to three year olds.

If you're looking for activity ideas that will help develop your child's communication and language skills then look no further, as our free Talking Time cards for toddlers could be just what you need.

And if your memories of being two are a little hazy, watch the short film below to see life through the eyes of a child. It's from The Communications Trust. Just click on the film to start it.

If you missed last week's Parents' Pages e-bulletin, catch up now as we looked at children one to two years old.

And if your child is older, we have language leaflets for three and four year olds plus Talking Time cards for pre-schoolers.

Through the eyes of a child - 2-3 years

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