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Children acquire language skills and communication abilities within a supportive environment. Enriching this environment becomes pivotal in fostering a child’s motivation to learn and expand their vocabulary. The family, being the primary influence during the early developmental stages, plays a crucial role in this process. Language acquisition doesn’t necessarily have to follow a formal setting but can seamlessly occur through play and daily activities.

Maintaining consistency in language exposure is vital. It is preferable for a child to be surrounded by a single language rather than a mix of languages, which might pose challenges in comprehension.

The provided PowerPoint presentation serves as a guide for parents in facilitating language development in their children. It encompasses various skills and activities that parents can engage in with their children to enhance their language proficiency.

Acknowledgements: Special thanks to the esteemed developmental pediatrician, Dr. Ajay Sharma, for reviewing and verifying the content.

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