What time do children speak?
With the birth of a child in the family, all with impatiencewaiting for the baby his first words. But against nature you will not go, everything has its own time. Therefore, almost all parents are concerned with the question, how many children say the first words, and what should be the age limits? Let's try to open the curtain over this mystery.
Determine the exact age when the child shouldto say your first word is almost impossible. The approximate range ranges from 8 months to 2 years. All children are completely different, there are those who have about 10-15 words in their stock for about a year, but there are also those who can remain silent for 2 years, and this is with absolutely normal development of the psyche and physiology.
Approximate terms of the development of speech
The estimated time frame is as follows:
- The very first speech of the baby is the cries after the birth;
- from 1.5 months his speech becomes agukanie, and it is done with a different intonation, which already allows the attentive mother to understand the needs of the baby;
- from 6 months, the child begins to appear less articulate sounds - the birth of childish babbling;
- from the 8th month you can hear the first semantic syllables: "ma", "pa", "ba" and others;
- at 1.5 years old the kid learns more complex words, there may be about 30 of them in his stock. At this age the child can combine two words into a simple sentence like "Mama Dai".
When a child grows older, his vocabularythe stock expands. Try to understand clearly and clearly with the baby, it will help to learn new words quickly and start to form sentences. Less syusyukaytes and do not distort speech in the child, it will help get rid of many problems with diction.
If the child has not started talking before the age of 2,but he understands your speech, do not panic. Patiently wait and continue to communicate with the child. The transition to a speech will take place suddenly, and it is quite possible that by the age of 3, he will outstrip the development of his peers.
It is almost impossible to establish a framework in which children start talking. Each child is unique and the conditions for its development too.