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Motor Development Creates Opportunities for Language Development


Matthew Ricca, Speech-Language Pathologist,Vail Inclusive Preschool


Motor development doesn’t cause language to emerge, but motor skills are one of several sets of abilities that are involved in language development. New motor skills, such as sitting upright, crawling, and walking, can provide lots of opportunities for a child to practice and refine skills that are important for language development. See how in this article!

Motor and Language Development


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