Ways to help your baby talk
1. Talk simple, clear and regularly
Talk to your baby simply, clearly and regularly. Your baby may not understand what you are saying, but will enjoy having conversations with you it will facilitate your baby to talk. You can do this while doing your routine household chores. Put the baby cot or pram where you are doing your work you can easily access your baby to talk. Involve your baby in your work through talking.
2. Respond to the cries
Babies learn to talk through crying. In the 1st year, crying is a central part of their language development system. When you respond to your baby’s cries, babies learn that they will be listened to and that the environment is a safe where their needs will be met. They develop trust and comfort with you.
3. Conversations help your baby to respond
4. Extend your baby’s language and describe what you notice in your baby
This is something parents automatically do with babies. When your baby reaches for your cheeks you can say, “That’s my cheek. You are going to grab it with your little hand. When your baby turns toward the sound of the door opening, you can say, “Who is there”, is that your father coming in? With the responding technique you can prepare your baby to talk early.
5. Guide your baby to pronounce
If you are interested in, that your baby should pronounce well and talk clear, you have to be pretty sure you are doing and saying the right words and pronunciations. Your babies learn from you, you must have to guide your baby in appropriate ways.
6. Point out the objects
To make your baby talk look and point at the things you are talking about. Babies will follow the gaze, and will know what object you are describing. They try to communicate with the object as well.
7. Color full and bright objects
Colors can help your baby talk; according to the child psychologists colorful toys enhance the learning abilities in kids. While choosing toys keep this in mind with right choices you can facilitate your baby talk.
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