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    My friend was told by the speech therapist for her son that try not to ask yes or no questions so instead of saying "did you want a snack " say "what would you like to eat " so they have to start trying to use the words - at 2 he said 2 words - at 2.5 now he talks in full sentences!

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    Great tip, Elijahs Mum! Thank you for sharing all these links ladies!


 

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