Information for parents

Communication is a two part process. It involves sharing information and receiving information. During the early years speaking and listening experiences are a very good way for learners to find out how the communication process works. Some of the things younger communicators are exploring include…

  • Who am I talking to?
  • What are we talking about?
  • What information do I need to share?
  • Who is talking to me?
  • What are they saying?
  • What did I hear?
  • How can we take turns listening and speaking?


Below are links to a series of tasks, games or conversations that can support your child begin to explore how people use speaking and listening to participate effectively in the communication process.

Questions parents can ask, that might prompt children to initiate their own learning inquiries.

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