Being able to communicate effectively is a critical skill that not everyone has. The better a person is at it, the more it helps throughout their life.Communication starts the moment you are born; the first node of communication is by crying. As a child grows, we should take care about how they are communicating. They should be clear at expressing themselves.There are different stages of how your child communicates. In the first stage, the child shares with their parents. Then at the second stage, they interact and communicate with their siblings and friends, followed by adults other than their parents, i.e., teachers. A child will always learn to communicate by observing their parents, their words, and actions. The more you communicate with them, the better they will become at communicating.The best way to improve communication is reading. Reading helps in many ways. It helps your child how to pronounce the words and sentences. Reading also helps your child adopt a language faster and more effectively.If you develop a habit of reading with your child, it will create an opportunity for healthy discussions. Create a comfortable environment where your child can confidently share their ideas. While playing with their siblings and friends, your child will develop social and interpersonal skills. These skills are going to make them feel comfortable in various social situations. This way, it will be easier for them to strike conversations and make new friends. When your child begins their schooling, such activities as presentations, class discussions, dramatizations, and oral exams will help your child improve their verbal communication skills. Written communications become easier for your child when they get good at verbal communication. In addition, it helps them when they have to write their exams.Different stages in life require an extra level of expertise in communication skills. For example, your children will be working in a company with their colleagues and employees in the future. Therefore, it will require your child to perform several tasks where their communication skills are integral. These tasks include giving and taking instructions, managing the team, participating in group discussions, presentations, etc.Practicing more and more enhances the skill set of your child. Whether it may be any skill, please encourage your child to practice their communication skill regularly, as it will help your child throughout their life.
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