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Should a 4 year old child be made to talk on the phone to a parent?


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2011-08-01 20:24:50
2011-08-01 20:24:50

No, forcing them will make them more confused. They dont have the concept of communications yet and need to have help developing it on their own. Visual communications is how they learn best.

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