I'm a little concerned about my son not talking. Granted, he is only two so I shouldn't be worried.......that's what they keep telling me. But my con cern is he used to use so many words before he started attending daycare. He was the only child who was walking and talking in his class. I even had someone come and have a home visit with me and said there is nothing wrong with my son. And she said that it is not uncommon for this to happen when children go to daycare. Children are like sponges and will do whats around them. I still made another appt. to meet with a speech therapist and a child psychologist, just to be sure. What are your thoughts????
Answer by AlisonAstair at 7:57 PM on Jun. 12, 2011
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Answer by gerims at 2:42 PM on Jun. 9, 2011
Depends on the daycare.
Mine learns more at daycare than I could teach her at home, because of the opportunity to be around older children. Also it is a center so most of the time she is around children of the same age.
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