Published on: July 26, 2019

A robust vocabulary is the basis of a lifelong talent for learning. A strong vocabulary helps not only foster communication and understanding but also a child’s reading ability.

The more words your child knows, the more s/he will be able to comprehend what they’re reading or listening to. Besides, it will help beginner readers to make sense of what they’re reading.

As a parent, you’re their teacher for all aspects of life. We understand your struggle to help your child develop an impressive vocabulary. So, we have come up with a few proven tips and tricks. 

Read on to know more!

Use enriched vocabulary during everyday conversation

Being a parent, it's obvious that you simplify your conversation to make your children understand. It doesn't mean that you stop using enriched words during your day-to-day communication. Pepper your conversation with rich words. Initially, your child may not be able to understand, but with regular use s/he will start perceiving what you mean. Be prepared to pause and explain. They'll soon pick up the words you use most often.

Encourage children to use digital tools

The internet has provided countless tools and programs that can help kids enhance their vocabulary. At Aptence, we offer effective and engaging digital solutions which enable children to take daily challenges and instill vocabulary building through short, intense exercises. Is your child not motivated by the education stuff? Encourage them to practice questions from our challenging categories and let them accumulate medals and redeemable coins.  This will motivate them to continue progressing through the hurdles. 

Use stories to introduce new words

Words are powerful, and stories are proven way to introduce your child to a new world of words and phrases. Read aloud to your child from an early age. It offers notable advantages for kids' vocabulary development. Stories expose children to a broader range of possible word choices with their multiple ways of probable uses.On occasion, feel free to put the book down and ask your child to weave story out of their imagination. It will make them brainstorm and use the words they have digested so far. 

Label household items

Use post-it notes or flashcards to label household items, like clocks, kitchen items, lamps, and furniture pieces. It is an innovative and confirmed way to introduce young children to an array of words. This method is especially helpful for youngsters who are still struggling with learning simple words. This trick will help them associate the words with the item and learn the spelling too.

Take the time and energy required to teach your kids. You will be glad years after when you will see your children with a robust vocabulary. Stay tuned with our blog section and we will soon publish the second volume of these blog with some more tips.   


Last Updated on: July 27, 2019