When Do Babies Talk?

Baby talk is one of the sweetest things in the world. Therefore, “When do babies talk?”, “How does language development progress in babies?”, “What are the causes of delayed speech in babies?” Are you curious about the answers to questions like: Read on for all the answers.

When do babies talk?

Let’s answer the questions “When does a baby start talking? ” ” When does babies talk at the latest? ” and ” What age should children talk at? “

  • When do babies start to cry : Between 6 weeks and 4 months, the crying and laughing phase begins.
  • Babies begin verbal communication at 8 weeks of age by responding to familiar sounds such as lullabies and songs.
  • They make their first sound at 14 weeks.
  • At 0-3 months old, he recognizes his voice when he hears it and shuts up if he cries. She sucks faster or slower when she hears a sound while breastfeeding. Can say words such as agu-gugu.
  • They giggle at 4-6 months of age. They can make the p, b, m sounds.
  • At the age of 9 months, they make different tones. They like to make noise with others.
  • At the age of 7-12 months, he can follow different speech sounds. They can say 1-2 words, although not very clearly.

At what age do babies speak : Babies can say their first clear words between 7-12 months. That is, this process can take an average of 1 year. These will usually be repetitive words such as dad, mama, grandpa. So don’t worry if she doesn’t say mom first, that word is a little harder for her!

When do boys talk : It is generally said that girls start talking earlier than boys. However, it would not be correct to say that all male babies speak late. As we mentioned above, male babies can also start talking around the age of 1 on average.

What age should language development be like in babies?

At what age do children talk, we have given an approximate average. Well, at what age should language development be at what stage, now let’s talk about the details.

Speech and language development in 1-year-old children

If your child is 1 year old they should be able to use a word or two, “Come here!” Must be able to follow simple expressions such as “Where are your toys?” Should be able to understand simple questions such as

  • If your child’s walking is significantly ahead of his speech, you should check to see if your baby has a hearing or speech impairment.
  • If his speech is ahead of motor skills such as walking, this time you should take your child to a specialist to monitor his motor development. Because 12-month-old babies also say their first words when they start to take their first steps.
  • Babies around 12 months repeat the same sounds over and over. For example, while trying to reach for their toys, they may constantly make the “me” sound to show that they want it. They combine similar syllables such as “ma ma, ba ba”. These are lead words, which is the last step before saying the main words.
  • From the twelfth month, they can use more consonants, including s, f, and v.

Speech and language development in 2-3 year old children

  • If your child is 2-3 years old, they should be able to say sentences of two to three words.
  • They should be able to express what they want to express using their language. For example, “Take your ball and put it on the table.” When asked, he should be able to understand what is expected of him and fulfill both requests.
  • children aged 2-3 years; they can use some suffixes such as negative suffix, plural suffix.
  • They say the first meaningful words around 12-18 months. The most distinguishing feature of language development for the 18-month-old baby is that he started to ask questions during this period.
  • By the time your child turns 2 years old, they should be able to speak about 50-100 words.
  • Speech development in children should be completed at the age of 2.5 years. At this age, it’s not just yours they’re talking about; It must be understandable by the people around it.
  • It is natural to see meaningful and meaningless sounds together in the speech of 2-year-old babies. As he sees what sounds you and the people around him respond to, he will leave meaningless sounds and use meaningful words.
  • If your 2-year-old baby cannot speak a single word, you should suspect a speech delay and take your child to a speech and language therapist.

Speech and language development in children 3-4 years old

  • If the child is 3 years old and still cannot speak, delayed speech is in question.
  • Babies aged 18-24 months can say an average of 25 words.
  • Children aged 3-4 can speak with an average of 800-1500 words.
  • They can form sentences of 4-5 words.
  • They can tell simple stories.

Speech and language development in 4-5 year old children

  • If the child is 4-5 years old, he should have completed his language development under normal conditions.
  • They should be able to construct complex sentences, express their thoughts and experiences about kindergarten or friends.

Why do babies talk late?

Delayed language in children is a speech disorder. Speech delay in children can have many causes. Some of those;

  • mental disability,
  • neurological diseases,
  • Autism,
  • Hearing Impairment,
  • Stress.

Speech delay negatively affects your child’s whole life. He thinks about his self-confidence, reduces his learning ability, and causes him to lag behind his peers in every sense. For this reason, you should definitely take your child to speech and language therapy if his speech is younger than his age .

How to contribute to language development in children?

For the development of your child’s speaking skills, it is important that you communicate with him/her from the first day he/she starts making sounds. Using words to describe feelings, blocking out the confusing noises in the house, reading to him/her support language development.

The biggest mistake mothers make is raising their child in front of the TV. Or keeping their children entertained with tablets and computers from an early age. The TV or tablet does not listen to the child. Your child needs to interact in order to talk. You have to talk to him slowly, one by one.

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