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Child Language Development
Language is the result of imitation that becomes an amazing skill for children to develop. The first child’s word might be the most wanted event that all parents wait for. In fact, children have different skills development. Some children are early talkers and some others are early workers. So how and when does language development start? Here are just a few verbal skills that can be mastered by children in 1 to 3 years old. Firstly, at the age of 0 to 6 months, babies cry to show a feeling uncomfortable and smile to show a feeling happy. A Baby will also start babbling and recognizing a familiar voices and sounds. Secondly, babies start to laugh and begin to communicate with gestures at 3-12 months old, waves “bye-bye” and understand name of toys and other familiar objects. They babble expressively as a talking. They begin to say words like "mama" and "dada" without understanding what those words mean. Thirdly, at 12 to 18 months, children will master around 50 words and understand more than they can say. Nouns usually come first, like, "ball." A child around this age should also be able to understand and follow simple directions, such as; “Please get me a ball. Fourthly, in 18 months to 2 years vocabulary will grow to around 300 words and a child will start to put two words together into short sentences. A child will also understand much of what is said to them. Fifthly, a three_year_old child will begin to identify colors, start to say past tense word, repeat words spoken by someone else, and their vocabularies will continue to grow. Briefly, child language development is a period where children start to follow and master some words modeled by environment. It kind of skill will be annually developed as the children’s age rise up so that parents are suggested to be extremely pay intention of infants’ verbal skill development.




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