It is the actions and the voices of the parent that encourages a child to start to speak.
By the age of one and a half, children will begin to speak meaningful “words”, and by the age of two to three, they will speak “two word sentences,” which are a combination of two words, is common. Moms will be happy when they can communicate with their children. Language development varies greatly from person to person, so it is often okay to watch the situation until the age of three.
Let’s encourage speech while playing! Stimulate the brain with physical activity
Let your child learn to teach the language! I think that there are many families who value study time by preparing study textbooks and tablets. However, in order for children to learn the language, they can listen to it and use it in their daily lives with their families, teachers, and friends without having to study specially. Especially during fun times, it is best to have a conversation during fun times, as the brain will be activated and the ability to absorb words will increase. Many people think that it is necessary to give some teaching materials to teach words, such as word cards, but when a child is small, it is difficult to sit down and study properly.
We recommend playing with your body. Playing with the body can be expected to have the effect of enhancing the connection between the brain stem and the limbic system, which sense and convey the words heard. Also, by moving your body, your mind will be released, and you will naturally laugh aloud and enjoy playing. This is a very important phenomenon for speech. By speaking out, the tongue muscles and facial muscles are naturally trained and the oral cavity function is developed.
Talking a lot every day leads to language development
In order to draw out words, it is important for children and adults to pay attention to the same thing, react, and communicate in words. When a child finds something, he or she can say something like “There was XX” in words, or when he or she doesn’t know what to say, he or she can say in words the characteristics of what the child is looking at. Let me give you. For example, when you are looking at a dog, you can get information from both your eyes and ears and get stimulated by saying “It’s a dog (bowwow)”, “Your hair looks soft”, “You have big ears” and so on. When a child sees this, he / she responds to the child’s reaction by saying words such as “What’s wrong?” And “Cute”, which leads to the development of communication and leads to the development of words. I will continue.