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Child Language Development
            We know that we learn language as well as we learn to speak since we were born.  Children have some significant development in each stage with its important points in each stage.  According to sources, there are many different versions of the divisions of the stage.  Still, they have the same point and almost same division as well.  The first stage is at age about 3-12 months, your baby will most likely cooing and laughing.  They begin to play with sounds and communicate with gestures.  Babbling is an important point at this stage and words are beginning to form by around 12 months.  The second stage is about 12-18 months, during this period a child is starting to say many words.  At age 18 months, children use around 50 words, can understand what they say and are able to follow simple instructions.  Third, your toddler’s vocabulary will grow for more, at age 18 months to 2 years old.  They start to put words together and make short sentences.  Most of the time you will be able to understand what they say.  Coming at age 2-3 years, a child will be able to speak in longer and more complex sentences.  Your child’s speech sounds properly.  A child might play and talk at the same time.  The next stage is happening at 3-5 years old preschooler.  You can expect a conversation with topics, longer and more complex sentences than before.  They might understand basic rule of grammar as their growing vocabulary and various types of sentences.  The last stage of child language development is at age 5-6 years, during early school years.  Children will learn more words.  They become a better story teller as they learns to put words together and make different types of sentences.  In other words, we can conclude that language development of children has specific characters on each stage.  Thus, we should often speak to them as if they know what we are talking about as well as we know what they are talking about so that they are encouraged to learn how to speak as well as language.

Anjaa’a Birrqiy


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