For Children 

2 - 3 Years

Between 2 and 3 years your child may be starting to use up to 4-5 words in sentences. They are beginning to understand longer instructions.

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The more interactive conversation and play young children are involved in, the more they learn. Reading to your child is a great way to boost their language skills. Books help a child add words to his vocabulary, make sense of grammar, and link meanings to pictures. Reading books, singing, playing word games, and simply talking to your child will all build their vocabulary and teach listening skills.

Games & Resources

Take a look at our resources and games specifically chosen for your child's age group here.


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Discover our bite-sized tips to help your child's development and links to useful websites here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are you looking for advice about your child's learning and development? We answer your frequently asked questions here.

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For further support or advice, please feel free to contact us on the email address below.
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