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All babies develop at their own way; however, there is a difference between "strong and silent type" and a baby with a speech delay. Depending on the age and development of your baby, you can help encourage a greater vocabulary and communication skills by giving her many opportunities to talk. If your little angel is still struggling, a speech therapist can give you the tools to improve speech.

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Pay attention to your baby when she is saying. This plays an instant reward for talking and helps improve her communication confidence. If possible, you should show signs that you are really listening: look at her eyes, ask many questions and use body language, such as leaning forward or nodding, to show you are interested in what she is saying.

Description: Pay attention to your baby when she is saying

Pay attention to your baby when she is saying

Know your baby’s attempts in talking and then model proper pronunciation or grammar. Never mock or punish your baby because she does not pronounce a word correctly. Instead, meet the request while you repeat the correct words and pronunciation. If your baby requires "pasketti", you might say, "Good idea! Tonight we'll have spaghetti."

Description: Know your baby’s attempts in talking and then model proper pronunciation or grammar

Know your baby’s attempts in talking and then model proper pronunciation or grammar

Read books together, anything from comic books to novels when your child is older. Pointing out familiar objects, reading books about the same characters and hearing you to pronounce words can help your baby learn the language and vocabulary. Even you can let your baby repeat the sentences specifically, practice reading or use rhymes to practice words.

Description: Read books together, anything from comic books to novels when your child is older

Read books together, anything from comic books to novels when your child is older

Ask your baby open-ended questions inviting discussion and communication. Instead of just asking your baby how her today was, you try asking her to name the best 3 things during her day or who her best friend school is and why. These kinds of questions can help your baby practice her speaking skills.

Talk to your doctor if you think your baby has a speech delay. According to experts, a 2-year-old baby should be able to follow simple commands and should be understood by most people at age 4. Your doctor may introduce you a speech therapist who can help you improve your vocabulary, clarity and the issues related to other speech.

 

 

 

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