Did you know that you can start talking to your child even while they’re still in the womb? Babies, even in the womb, can already hear sounds. Even if they can’t understand you yet, they start to become familiar with the sound of language and emotions like being sad, angry, or excited. First words are such beautiful milestones that make every Mom and Dad proud. But how exactly do kids start talking and saying actual words? What even counts as a word for babies and toddlers? How do you even begin talking to your kids when they’re not old enough to understand?
Moms and Dads, to help you out, we talked to Katherine Tiuseco, best known as Teacher Kaye, a Certified Speech and Language Pathologist to gain professional insight on how parents can teach their kids new words and to aid them in developing language skills. Teacher Kaye shares valuable and practical tips right here. Keep reading!