Posts Tagged ‘language development’
Sometimes we do not realize how fast time goes on and we must ensure that our baby gets the best. One of the most important aspects is that we should focus on fostering language development of our son. That is why we must create activities and games that promote the skills of speech and language.
The magazine Icommunicate Therapy recommends the use of symbolic sounds, funny sounds and repeat, like ” meow”, “gua -gua” and “moo” to say “cat”, “dog” or “cow”. By starting with these sounds the baby will begin to vocalize sounds and relate the object referenced.
Here we give you some tips for motivating language development in your baby.
Nurturing the language your child does not have to spend much money, just enough that you take the time to read a book of short stories. Some contain adorable illustrations that can help your child to develop speech and there in the publishing market books with sounds and textures that will help you relate your baby object sounds. Read the rest of this entry »
Parents with small children when they start worrying about the activities that are better to make more come to school prepared, because they want their children’s development is appropriate for the learning process goes hand in hand or later the other guys. And experts say this can be summarized in two activities of speaking and reading.
Talking to your children gives them a solid foundation in the skills of language and communication. A good idea is to make your child to participate in new activities and learns new things. For example, when you take a walk to the zoo, or even walking around town, talk of what they are seeing, so you can start learning new words, new ideas and new concepts. Read the rest of this entry »
Only nine percent of children under thirty-six months have a possible developmental problem, such as difficulties to play, learn, communicate and develop their physical skills and practices. Although it is not good to obsess about the possibilities that our child may suffer any of them, whether it is good that you are aware of certain signs that can tell you that something is wrong and you should go to an expert.
Surely you, like most parents, you are well aware of the age when your child reaches certain points in his development of motor skills such as the crawling and walking, and if developed sooner or later. However, you can also look at other fine motor skills that may indicate a good development, such as pick up small peas on his plate or play with small objects, under your supervision. Read the rest of this entry »
It is common for many children who are about their first year do not speak or delay in getting to speak. Parents are always the first to realize this and are awaiting their progress and compare all the normal development of their little one with the other children or with their own development. But there is always a reason that can be physical or psychological type.
According to analysis conducted by specialists in pediatrics, there is between 5 and 10% of children who have difficulties in their development, such as causing a delay in speech and language. It’s good to know that language not only refers to speech, since it includes within its process, other forms of communication such as writing, sign language and some skills, to be understood as pointing to objects or through gestures. Read the rest of this entry »
From birth to two months carried the baby reflex vocalizations, these are made by the sharpness of the sounds. From the second and third month the baby starts chirping stage, where they say the word ‘garlic’ too often.
The child models his words, shapes them, they will give contours, polished accents, recognizing its limitations and possibilities.
Between the third and fifth month the baby begins to pronounce certain consonants minimum at this stage is called vocal play. From the sixth month until the child is the ninth syllable strings at this stage is called babbling reduplicative. Then from the ninth month there is no reduplicative babbling. Read the rest of this entry »