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So talk to your baby

So talk to your baby



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We play trivia with the baby, talk to him, sing to him. When you happily gurgle and gurgle, we mimic these sounds ourselves. It's fun, but it's also very important in development.

Speak To Your Baby (Fotу: iStock) The baby's brain is almost absorbed by the sounds, the language, and the children whose parents speak a lot will have stronger language skills. The best way to talk a little bit is to speak to it in a melodious, singing voice, because they respond more enthusiastically than normal, adult conversation. 80% of the physical development of the baby's brain occurs in the first 3 years, and as the brain grows, it is too. The majority of these synapses also develop in the first year.Talking with the baby develops the part of the brain that is responsible for the language and the more you hear the little one, the stronger these mental connections will be. The babies they've had more baby chatting with By the age of 2, they will be more familiar than their peers who had less involvement in it.

These are the basics of baby talk

  • We often talk to the baby - for parents who talk a lot to the baby, the baby will be more talkative.
  • Being alone with the baby often is the most effective way of talking to the baby if we are only two.
  • If your baby speaks to us, do not look at him or her and listen to him as he knows that we are paying attention to him.
  • Look at the baby when talking, because he responds better to our words.
  • We limit the number of screens and the baby can see and hear, as this can hinder language development.
  • Not only do we talk to the little one in baby form, but also sometimes in adulthood to know what the communication between adults is.

Chat with the 1-3 month old baby

  • Such a baby communicates with inert sounds, gurgling, barking, and of course, howling. When we talk to her, she listens to us, with a smile and a licking of her arms.
  • It's important that we talk a lot to such a baby, sing to her, sing to her in a playful, chattering voice, and tell her what she's doing in the midst of different activities.
  • Let's read the baby and tell him about the pictures in the books that we saw.
  • If it just sounds, let's smile, celebrate, be excited, so bewitching.

Chat with the 4-7 month old baby

  • A baby of this size begins to suppress the sounds it hears, and can even raise its own voice if you try to express its senses.
  • If you name something in a baby language, you can identify it by saying its name. For example, if you say your dog is "bah", then say "dog" to him.
  • When talking to the baby, do it slowly and emphasize certain words, for example: Do you want the ball? This is the ball! With that, you can quietly encourage him to choose.
  • Let's show the baby different things - let's show you what he is thinking and tell him what it is.
  • Let's read him every day from picture books, name the things he has seen, and praise him if he speaks Hungarian while reading.

Chat with the 8-12 month old baby

  • A baby of this size has already spoken certain words, such as gender, and can say a few by itself, like mom, dad, baby. By the time you load one, you can understand simpler requests like Pope Ints!
  • We are constantly talking about what we are doing and always naming what the baby is looking at. If the baby points to things and he or she names it, for example, a car says "aut", then say "Yes, it's a red car!".
  • In addition to naming the objects that your baby comes in contact with, you can also point to the body parts, animals, larger objects and say their names.
  • If we find that the child is more impetuous or perhaps overly happy, name his or her senses.
  • Let's sing a lot more for the little ones, and maybe try teaching her songs too.
  • Since babies like this are very fond of imitating the words they hear, let us consider what we say in the little presence.
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