Is your child's language development on track? Find out how many words your toddler should have in her vocabulary, learn about language delays, and see if your child may need speech therapy.
Not sure if your 24-month-old's language is on the right track? We've got you covered!
Your toddler is at a stage where she is constantly learning language from you. Jamie Loehr M.D. and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child" suggest these activities in order to encourage healthy language development.
Jamie Loehr, M.D. and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child," suggest these simple activities to get your child talking.
Toddlers may not be talking much, but they're taking in a lot more than you think.
Toddlers have their own set of love languages, expressing their love for you in different ways.
The best time to teach your child a second language is the same time she's learning her first one. So vamonos! (Let's go!)
We've rounded up a few alphabet activities that will help your little one learn the ABCs in no time.
Introducing your child to a second language is easier than you think. And in our world gone global, it's a supersmart move.
Fun, simple ways to help bring out your toddler's budding language skills.
Give your child a hand in spelling, vocab, and other skills by introducing her to sign language.
Toddlers have more will than skill. Your kid can tame her powerful emotions with these fixes.
Your toddler isn't hardwired to ignore you -- she's just learning about language, so what seems logical to you can be baffling to her. Think of this guide as your discipline decoder.
Your preschooler still has a few years until his first vocabulary test, but now is the perfect time to talk it up.
It's mortifying when your pint-size chatterbox blurts out something about a stranger's size, age, or disability. We'll help you save face and teach your child a lesson about tact.
Communicating with a 1-year-old can be tricky. Here, the best ways to get your message across.
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This is the age when your child's speech begins to soar. Here are some simple strategies to boost his language skills.
Is your child on track for increasing basic language skills? Watch out for these stages of language development.
Three noted speech experts answer your questions about how toddlers development speech skills.
18 - 24 Months
When you foster your child's newfound storytelling skills, her creativity will blossom.
Your 2-year-old may provide a running commentary of words and sound effects throughout the day. It's important to show your child you're listening and to respond to her attempts to communicate.
In the first part of the year, your little one will acquire words for key objects and people. Later in the year, her language development will explode and begin to include combinations of words.
Some toddlers learn words in fits and starts, while other children's vocabularies rise at a rapid and steady pace. What can you do to nurture your youngster's verbal skills?