Child Psychology and Behaviour

Speech

Sana K
1 to 3 years

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Updated on May 27, 2017

Hiee.. my baby is 1 year 8 months now and she dont speak much.. she harldy utter few words.. she doesnot frame sentences.. is it normal?

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Shweta Goyal Mittal

| Jun 01, 2017

thanku so much ol... I was facing d same problem....

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Tripti

| May 31, 2017

Hey Sana, it's absolutely alright. I however would advice you to talk more and more with ur child, ask questions, explain everything in detail in short sentences, tell stories and let her imagine, ask questions and give her time to respond, have an eye contact and explain things... ! Also, if you want to try, there are couple of apps available to help toddler with language development. Happy Parenting :)

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Nisha Khan

| May 31, 2017

Don't worry dear,, if she understand and give sign ,,and u say she utter some words means, she is learning,

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Nanthini Madhav

| May 31, 2017

Everything is normal. If babies want to talk we have to talk more and more to them. frequent communication could make them talk. Take them to malls,market. seeing crowds der is a possibility for them to utter more words. Dis is followed in villages.

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Ravi Bhushan

| May 31, 2017

thanks all

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Ravi Bhushan

| May 28, 2017

My son is 2 yr n 10 months , he speaks very few words but understand everything. what ever he wants give sign to that object n cry until we fulfill his demand. I am very worried, please give some suggestions. thanks

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Sana K

| May 28, 2017

Thank yu

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Panda Saraswati

| May 28, 2017

my problem too same

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Debashree Bhattacharya

| May 27, 2017

Our mother tongue is Bengali. But my son's those 10/12 words are only English

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Debashree Bhattacharya

| May 27, 2017

Hello Sana, don't worry at all. My son is 2yrs old and only utter 10/12 meaningful words. My son's pediatrician mentioned me that if a child is exposed to more than one language, sometimes their speaking skill get delayed. Now a days, children watched English cartoons. They get instructions in their mother tongue. Regional languages are also their. Moreover, all children are different. some learn to walk fast and some learn to speak fast. Continuously talk to your child. Ask numerous questions. Encourage your child to talk and make her understand that you will not reply to her sign and gesture. Show good picture study books and read out the words loudly asking her to repeat after your utterrance. PLEASE CONSULT A GOOD PEDIATRICIAN FOR THE PROPER GUIDANCE.

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Trinayani Puvvala

| May 27, 2017

dnt worry until 2

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