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    Default Hints pls to help child talk more between 12-30 months.

    i am wondering if there is something you found that really helped a child between 12 -30 months talk alot more
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    alot of child oriented words, conversation language repetition flash cards, being in various atmospheres can suddenly bring an onset of alot of words such as on holiday. Being around other children. songs.

    do you have any specific hints you found helped to bring on more language than usual a bit of a language spurt
    there can be a huge range of when children talk alot , some say alot of words by 18 months, or 2 years while others hardly put a sentence together even at 2.5 or 3 and then kinder might bring on more conversation suddenly.
    I'd love some extra hints please.
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    Audio books maybe? Games?

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    - allow your child to take the lead with games and books. remember they don't have to 'read' a book the traditional way!
    - lots of commentating on their play when you're with them plsying.
    - teaching signs can really help them spurt with language. It sounds counterintuitive but it really works.
    - singing. .. and then leaving out a word. On familiar songs.

    You could look up Hanen parent program. It's for speech delays but actually is super helpful for all kiddos learning to talk.


 

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