The ability to speak is something that is very important to develop by children from their early age. Parents should speak with children, even if they cannot answer yet. Children learn mimic, articulation and intonation from a parent’s speech and develop their own speech organs through it. To improve speaking skills, speech therapists recommend:
- Regular singing and reading books.
- Speaking expressive and emotionally.
- Supporting child’s communication with another children.
- Learning sounds together with a child (sounds of animals, nature, devices, or transport).
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