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Information for Parents

The baby and Toddler Spirals language development book is due to be published in August 2012. It is designed for parents, childminders and early care workers. The ideas take you through the earliest years of development and give practical guidance  which can be so essential when things are not going quite as you planned.
The book itself is dedicated to all the parent, wider family and professionals  out there supporting the nation’s children’s language and communication to give them the best start in life.
Jean Gross, CBE, has written a foreword for us and is very positive about the book.
The Spirals language series also has a range of home activities books to support language development at home in easy, play based ways. The simple activities support language of maths and science as well.
The baby and Toddler Spirals language development book is due to be published in August 2012. It is designed for parents, childminders and early years workers.The book itself is dedicated to all the parent, wider family and professionals  out there supporting the nation’s children’s language and communication to give them the best start in life.
The ideas and information take you through the earliest years of a child’sdevelopment and give practical guidance that  can be so essential when things are not going quite as you planned.
Jean Gross, CBE who was our National Communication Champion,  has written a foreword for us and is very positive about the book and the positive effect it will have
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The Spirals language series also has a range of home activities books to support language development at home in easy, play based ways. There are separate home books providing more simple activities to provide early support for the language of maths and science as well.
A space is provided for comments on how your child got on with each activity  if you want to.
We find that early years practitioners also find these extremerly useful as stand alone ideas.

An example of a page from the Maths home page

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