Waving Haaay Isn't just a Southern Thing!

September 17, 2013
Baylee waving!

Baylee waving!

 

Waving, pointing and nodding are some of the first ways our little ones learn to communicate.

 

By encouraging them to wave,

we teach them the importance of social skills and acknowledging someone’s presence.
By teaching them to point,

we teach them to connect with their surroundings, comment on things around them and identify objects in books!
By modeling nodding,

we teach them to agree or disagree with something being asked.

 

Even if a child is non-verbal, they can communicate their intent and most of the time they say, “No!” before they say yes. ┬áKeep talking but don’t think nonverbal communication isn’t beneficial too!

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