Children Interaction Leads to a Better Language Learning Experience:- Children who will have been having more exposure to interact with other children will get a chance to get better word learning skills say, researchers. Toddlers are surprisingly better at processing the speech which is called a better language learning experience. A team of researchers examined the skills of toddlers who spent most of the time with other children and another bunch who spend time with their parents.
The study said that toddlers who interact with other children are perfect in associating a new word to a new object which is quite crucial as a part of the word learning. The speech between children is different and it helps them learn, bond well. "We wanted to know if more exposure hearing other children speak would affect toddlers' ability to process child speech," said Katherine White, professor of psychology at Waterloo, who co-authored the study with the PhD candidate, Dana Bernier.