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9 Consejos para impulsar el desarrollo del lenguaje del Bebe

9 Consejos para impulsar el desarrollo del lenguaje del Bebe

Babies whose parents talk to them often develop the language at a faster pace. These babies know more than 300 words at the age of 2 years than babies whose parents rarely talk to them.
 
Here are some tips on how to make your baby talk.
 
1. Talk, talk, talk.
If your baby is awake, you should talk to him. Talk about what is happening. Describe objects with words such as soft, blue or cold.
 
2. Sing and dance.
Babies find the sound of their voice soft. Songs with movement are even better. Gather the baby's hands or your feet. They will be dancing together before you know it !.
 
3. Answer the babbling.
Recognize your baby's attempts to speak by answering the same sounds.
 
4. Reward your baby.
Give lots of kisses and hugs every time your baby tries to communicate.
 
5. Some names.
Use "real" names of things around you. Repeating the names of things helps your baby learn.
 
6. Read to your baby.
It will make reading a part of your daily connection. His voice calms and relaxes him.
 
7. Give your baby simple books.
The illustrated pages are easier to understand. Most simple books have soft illustrations and you can talk to them.
 
8. Ask questions.
"What is that?" point to an image of a book and the name of the object.
 
9. Play!
"Peekaboo" and Patty Cake are rules to teach how to use word repetition. Try asking, "Where is the little nose?" And show your baby's nose. Say the name of other parts of the body. Tickling is allowed. Repeat it frequently.