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Language Development

From pregnancy to sounds, words, and sentences! Find tips for your baby’s and toddler’s language development and improving communication skills.

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Should I Wait for My 2-Year-Old to Start Talking?

So, the doctor said your 2-year-old will eventually start talking, but you’re worried. A spoken exchange includes intent, production, and comprehension. If you spoke to…

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Invitation: ‘Toddler Talk’ Class with a Speech Therapist

Speech Blubs 2 is excited to bring you a ‘Toddler Talk’ class for free! Join Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist Tori Hirsch in this speech development class…

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Is My Child Talking Enough?

A baby’s first words are one of the most cherished moments in a parent’s life. As your child grows from gurgles to babbles and, eventually,…

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5 Tips to Help Your Child Develop Conversation Skills

In their evolution, newborns face many challenges and experience important stages of development on all levels, including language. Throughout this evolution, it is important to…

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7 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Speech Development

What is typical speech and language development? Research says that a child will begin speaking between the ages of 10 to 14 months. Also, by…

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How to Promote Your Child’s Speech and Language Development at Home

It’s as if your ears are constantly waiting to hear the most adorable voice in the world. But, with the joy of your child’s first…

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Typical Speech Development: Vocabulary Milestones by Months

One of these words is “semantics,” which is merely technical jargon for “vocabulary.” But, what exactly is vocabulary?  Vocabulary refers to the set of words…

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“Baby Talk,” Helpful or a Hindrance?

The reason for this debate, and all the ongoing research, is that speech and language are crucial skills that children begin to learn from infancy….

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Language Development Starts in the Womb

Research has shown that children at around 8 months gestation can begin to distinguish between English and Japanese! Using non-invasive sensing technology from the University…

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Language Acquisition Stages in Children

Psychologists describe language acquisition as something that is heavily and mostly dependent on nurture and environment. In other words, children learn first words and more…

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The 1st Year of Life: Mental and Physical Development

This is why children go through fussy periods, or “leaps,” in their first year and a half of life. For more information on mental and…

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What is My Baby Trying to Say When She Smiles or Cries?

Smiling isn’t merely “cute,” and crying isn’t necessarily something that only has negative connotations associated with it. Your baby uses these two fundamental mechanisms of…

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Ages 1-2: The Beginning of the Toddler Years

Toddler development includes that cute babbling and cooing that we loved during the baby months, turn into real words and actual attempts at communication during…

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Babies Learn Grammar Before They Speak

All parents can appreciate the profound moment of their baby’s first words. I remember being so excited when my daughter finally said “mama,” because she…

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Infants and Learning through Listening

Listening is an important skill that requires a child to hear a message, understand it, and then act accordingly. Young children who have listening difficulties…

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Fart Jokes and Why Toddlers Like Them So Much

If your toddler is reaching the bathroom humor phase of life, chances are that they find these jokes hilarious! And while a little bit of…