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Unformatted text preview: may ask a lot of questions. He is anxious to learn about everything and he needs you, the most important person in his life, to explain things to him. Language learning is not an activity that you set aside time for each day, but instead happens all day long in your natural environment as you go about your daily routine activities. When your child understands spatial concepts: such as: in, on, under, over, in front, behind, top and bottom, he may be able to follow many directions, ask questions, and express his ideas clearly. When a child enters school without having a good grasp of spatial concepts, it is often a good indication that he will also have difficulty following directions, reading, and understanding math concepts, said Nancy Caine, primary school teacher for over 20 years....
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- Spring '11