What are the correct ways to speak? Correctly teach the baby to say that we should first give the baby ample opportunity to speak. For example, if the baby points to the water cup, the parents cannot immediately get water or ask the baby if they need water. They should guide the baby to speak out his needs.
Parents should not respond too quickly to the baby's request. For example, if the baby points to the water bottle, the adult immediately understands that the baby wants to drink water, so immediately hand the water bottle to him, so that the baby loses the opportunity to speak. The correct approach should be that when the baby points to the water bottle, you can guide the baby to say what she wants to do, even if you just say the word "water", you should encourage him, because this is not a small improvement. He knows how to express his requirements in words.
Don't always repeat your baby's wrong pronunciation. Babies who have just learned to speak have inaccurate pronunciation, such as saying "Apple" as "Ping Duo" and so on. Adults may find it funny and cute, repeating the wrong pronunciation inadvertently. For example, the mother told grandma that today the baby said that the apple is a Ping Duo, and the baby around him inadvertently strengthened the wrong pronunciation. Therefore, parents should not learn their children's pronunciation, but should use the correct language to speak to the baby. Over time, under the guidance of the correct pronunciation, the pronunciation will gradually be correct.
Don't talk to your baby often in childish words. Simply put, you don't say the whole thing. For example, eating is considered a meal, and sleeping is considered a sleep. Some parents think that the baby can only understand these children's words or just find it interesting, so long-term use of such a language to talk to the baby will delay the child's transition to the complete speech.
Don’t expose your baby to a complex language environment. In some families, parents, grandparents, and nanny each have their own dialects. The language environment is complex and multiple dialects coexist. This will make babies who are imitating adults learn languages confused. The result is to speak late. Therefore, in the critical period of language learning at the age of 0.5-2, family members should focus on teaching him the correct language, preferably speaking Mandarin, to avoid confusing the language environment.
In short, try to let the baby speak his own wishes, and don't let the baby be overly smart and understand too much. Secondly, don’t think that your baby’s reading is wrong or that your baby’s words are fun, and learn how to speak. This will delay the child's time to learn to speak normally. The last thing is to create a language environment as simple as possible for the children. Let the children not learn or be at a loss.
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