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So how, as a busy parent, can you develop your repetition skills?
Have a baby first attitude. When you internally develop the constant desire to do what's best for your child, the things that should be done will come easier and will be harder to forget about.
Have your support system hold you accountable. Let your partner, friends and family, anyone who babysits, etc. know that you are developing the routine of constant narration and ask them to participate when they are watching the baby and to remind you to engage when you may be distracted and forgetting to narrate.
Set a schedule if you are extremely busy. Make engaging with your child an experience that makes it into your calendar right next to your other important obligations so your child will grow to expect the time they spend with you. This should be a non-negotiable commitment which grows increasingly important the busier you are.
If you are a family who is ok with your child engaging with tech at some point, 95% to ALL media should foster the repetition you started. This is sometimes a sacrifice because it means that you shouldn't binge watch that series you love while your child is right next to you. Even if they are not directly watching it their processing power gets consumed by the audio. Car rides should be the audio or narration of educational content etc.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING...
Another beautiful knowledged young lady. Keep it up!...I'm really surprised at the way you advance her I love that for her.
Johanna Verner M.Ed.
Continuing to be WOW'd by EV!!!!
Great job she's almost going to be too smart for preschool and kindergarten