Although all little ones learn to talk on different time frames, there are many tools that can help build upon...
Although all little ones learn to talk on different time frames, there are many tools that can help build upon baby language skills no matter how far along your baby is. You - you are the best tool for a baby learning to talk. Not only does hearing how conversations flow help your baby, but fun time talk encourages her that talking is a fun activity. Lastly, as you speak your baby watches your facial and mouth movements which helps her sort out how her own mouth should move as she speaks. A mirror - a mirror works much like you in that your baby can look into the mirror and watch her mouth moving as she says words. Double the fun by standing in front of a large mirror with your baby and sing or read to her. Labels - labeling items in your home gives your baby names for items. If your baby hands you a toy, say, "Thank you for the toy" rather than simply, "thanks." Toy telephone - all kids love toy phones and this is one toy that fully encourages talking. If you snag two toy phones even better because you and your baby can call each other up. Buddies - little friends are great conversation starters because pals give your little one someone on her level to speak to plus kids can learn from each other as they develop language skills. Plan play dates frequently to expose your baby to other tots.

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