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Words that Start With T - Expand Your Vocabulary

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Studies show that the words toddlers learn and use lead to school success in the future. In fact, developing an extensive vocabulary at the age of two, such as learning words that start with T, can help a child succeed in different areas at kindergarten level like math, reading, and behavior. So, if your little
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Words that Start With S - Expand Your Vocabulary

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It may be time to start introducing words that start with S if your child has already learned vocabulary words beginning with the first 18 letters. The consonant S is the nineteenth letter of the English alphabet and is present in many words of the English language. There are many words that start with S,
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Words that Start With R - Expand Your Vocabulary

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If your child has mastered their ABCs and vocabulary words beginning with letters A to Q, it may be time to introduce them to words that start with R. R is the eighteenth letter of the English alphabet. By the time you start teaching children words that start with R, it’s likely that they’ve already
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Words that Start With P - Expand Your Vocabulary

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P is the sixteenth letter of the English alphabet, so your child should already have developed a good vocabulary before you introduce them to P words. If they have already mastered their ABCs and words beginning with each of the first fifteen letters, it’s time they start with words that start with P. Even if
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Words that Start With N - Expand Your Vocabulary

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If your child has mastered their ABCs and vocabulary words that start with the first 13 letters, it may be time to introduce them to words that start with N. By the time you start teaching them N words, your child is likely to have built a good vocabulary. However, you cannot put a cap
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Words that Start With M - Expand Your Vocabulary

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The consonant M is the thirteenth letter of the English alphabet. This suggests that your child is likely to have built a good vocabulary by the time they start learning words that start with M. However, you can’t put a limit on what makes a ‘good vocabulary.’ After all, a vast vocabulary can prove helpful
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Words that Start With L - Expand Your Vocabulary

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L is the twelfth letter in the English alphabet, so by the time you teach your child words that start with L, they should already know vocabulary words that start from letters A to K. If your child has mastered their ABCs and vocabulary words beginning from the first 11 letters, it’s about time that
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Words that Start With K - Expand Your Vocabulary

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By the time you start teaching words that start with K, the child is likely to have built quite a good vocabulary already. But even so, you can’t put a cap on an expansive vocabulary, as words play such a huge part in our lives. Therefore, your child must build a vocabulary comprising many words
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Words that Start With F - Expand Your Vocabulary

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If you think your child has mastered the alphabet and words starting with the letters A to E, it might be time to start introducing words that start with F. Of course, it is important to remember that jumping from one letter to another can be stressful for the child. You may not realize it,
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Words that Start With E - Expand Your Vocabulary

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Is it time for your child to start learning words that start with E? The letter E is the fifth letter of the English alphabet and also happens to be a vowel. The latter property suggests that it is a commonly used letter in the English language. Not only will you find this letter a
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