Toddlers have a lot to say: Long before they begin to speak, toddlers can express themselves clearly with their entire bodies – through sounds, gestures and looks. Many surprises and discoveries await those who want to communicate better with their baby.
The many different sounds and expressions of babies.
Children can clearly convey their feelings at a very early age.
Babies can express a great deal with their bodies.
Children never cry just for fun – or to build up their lungs – but due to pain, discomfort or deprivation.
Babies often make strange faces. They enjoy lively facial expressions, also from others.
Babies know their family’s voices from the womb. Their sense of hearing is fully developed after the first month.
At first babies communicate through eye contact.
Toddlers touch everything, but they have to learn to grasp objects.