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Baby language development

Language is important part of a child’s intellectual. The baby’s language development starts from the womb itself. One can communicate in a plenty of ways with the baby in the womb. Language development starts from the very basic stage when the baby can hear in the womb. As the human brain is made in such a way to learn language to communicate the baby gets ready for this even before birth

The baby understands all sorts of expressions the mothers voice carry. The rate at which they learn language is different for different babies, which is quite normal and natural too.

                                     It is important to know at what time period the baby’s language development should be at what pace. At the same time there is nothing to worry and bother about if this time period does not suit or matches with your child because this rate is common for most of babies, but may be your child needs some more time for the same. When the baby is two months, they initiate to make sounds other than cries. Some sounds like “ahh” can be noticed. This is where the baby hears different sounds and tries to copy vowel sounds. A month later that is three months of age more vowels are introduced in the baby’s vocabulary like the “ohhs” and “coos”. Little smiles and funny gestures can also be seen, as if the baby understands everything you talk to him. At 5-6 months baby starts to make consonants sounds like the “m”,”p” and “n”. Gradually joining many such together and sounding like “mmmm”. This stage will show how closely the baby has been hearing the surrounding environment and responding to it. At nine months from birth the baby makes the parents realize how lucky he or she is to have him/her. Here the baby can understand all words and tries to join them to form sentence. If one has pets at home the child tries to imitate its sounds. At one year of age the baby lets the parents to feel that he/she is the smartest and most beautiful of all. Till this time the baby may understand some 70-80 words, what they mean and may pronounce some 9-10 simple words too. The baby’s language development totally depends on his/her surrounding. This can be increased by singing and reading to the baby. If the child shows poor development of language with this time period, its ok. Some children are too lazy to speak or find it a bit difficult to speak, as all children are special in their very own way and manner.

                                  Baby language development can be made easier by joining some training classes that train the parents to help their child develop language better. This training informs about developing a special bond by excellent communication with the infants. It helps to know the positive interaction strategies that help develop baby’s language better. They also provide the time period when new sighs and words should be introduced to the baby. The most of all it trains the parents to make the language development fun and enjoying for the baby as well as the parents. Apart from professionals, nursery teachers and other language therapists can also provide the training. Signing benefits are many to the baby’s language development. It allows the baby to communicate accurately and let off their thoughts and feelings in a better way. It also reduces frustration to the child. Signing promotes better interaction, as it shows positive strategies in making eye contactsArticle Search, slow and clear speaking. This method also helps to increase the baby’s interest in reading and observing colourful books and hence increases the overall baby’s language development.


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