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  • How do Children learn to speak?
  • 0-3 Months: Babies are beginning to coo and gurgle. Parents are encouraged to talk to their children so they can start to develop language skills from their environment.
  • CRYING!!
  • 0-3 Months: Babies are beginning to coo and gurgle. Parents are encouraged to talk to their children so they can start to develop language skills from their environment. They will also start to express their emotions based on sounds like crying and laughing.
  • Hello baby, how are you today?
  • Googoogahh
  • MAMAMAMA
  • 3-6 Months: Children will begin to babble and attempt to say words by mimicking sounds they are hearing. They will begin pointing out things they want as well.
  • That's right, MAMA.
  • 3-6 Months: Children will begin to babble and attempt to say words by mimicking sounds they are hearing. They will begin pointing out things they want as well.
  • You want your bear?
  • 6-12 Months: Children are starting to place together sounds and say full words. They are not speaking in full sentences yet but may be announcing their needs.
  • MILk!
  • 6-12 Months: Children are starting to place together sounds and say full words. They are not speaking in full sentences yet but may be announcing their needs.
  • Yes
  • Do you want your milk?
  • 12-18 Months: Children should now be able to form short phrases as their vocabulary grows.
  • Play mom!
  • 12-18 Months: Children will also begin asking for things by name like foods.
  • Grapes please.
  • I want out of the pool!
  • 18 Months-2 Years: Sentences are beginning to take shape as children learn to communicate more with their caregivers.
  • Mommy, what are those?
  • 2-3 Years: Children will begin to ask questions about the world around them.
  • Those are flowers, good job!
  • 3-5 years: Children may begin to attend school and learn counting and letter recognition.
  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5!
  • References:Default - Stanford Medicine Children's health. Stanford Medicine Children's Health - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. (n.d.). Retrieved January 21, 2023, from https://www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/topic/default?id=age-appropriate-speech-and-language-milestones-90-P02170U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Speech and language developmental milestones. National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Retrieved January 21, 2023, from https://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/speech-and-language
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