Parents’ Guide to Baby’s Hearing and Listening Development

Did you know baby hears and listens to you? This is great because it helps build language development. Here are some skills and tips for hearing and listening development.

0-3 Months
Skill: Baby may coo in response to your voice.
Tip: Help keep baby’s hearing/listening engaged by narrating your day.

4-6 Months
Skill: Baby notices toys that make sounds.
Tip: Help baby by listening to music and playing with sound toys.

7-9 Months
Skill: Baby can identify sounds, such as animal or car sounds.
Tip: Help baby connect words to images by reading picture books.

10-12 Months
Skill: Baby gestures with sounds to communicate wants and needs.
Tip: Help two-way communication by responding to baby’s sounds.

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