Language Development is central to a child’s life long education. In order to comprehend books, and follow directions one needs receptive language. In order to be understood when asking a question, asking for help, recalling experiences, or expressing feelings one must have spoken language. Without, it is like a wall that keeps one isolated from others. As educators part of our job is to introduce new words into our classroom so that the children can begin to associate these words to language that they already understand and then have the opportunity to practice using the new words.