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Erin Dorman
Erin Dorman • 1 year ago

Treasure Bottles by aplaceofourown: by the age of three, most children have acquired nearly 1,000 words. But how do they learn these words? When you talk to your child during everyday activities and encourage him to express himself, you’re providing opportunities for him to learn and use vocabulary in meaningful ways. In this activity, you’ll learn how treasure bottles can spark your children’s natural curiosity and offer a wonderful way to introduce them to new words. #Treasure_Bottles

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