The 3-year-old baby does not like to talk, or is in the period of "language hunger", don't blindly believe "the noble person's language is too late"

time:2022-12-09 author:Baby care
The 3-year-old baby does not like to talk, or is in the period of "language hunger", don't blindly believe "the noble person's language is too late"

Fu Lei said that all knowledge is not instant, especially language. From the birth of a child to the beginning of babbling, and then to the end of a complete sentence and communication with others, this is not an easy thing. Einstein also once said that the development of a person's intelligence and thinking ability depends to a large extent on the development of language ability. And some people think that children who "talk late" are actually "late talkers", which is a blessing. I wonder if you have heard such remarks?

3-year-old girl does not like to talk and was dismissed by kindergarten

Language ability is also called "language quotient", which means The quotient of a person's ability to learn, recognize and master language. Language ability needs to rely on acquired language training and improve in language communication. When we took Dabao to the museum, we met Wang Min and his daughter walking around. We only found out after chatting that Wang Min's daughter is over 3 years old, but she has not yet entered kindergarten. I asked if I couldn't find a suitable kindergarten? Wang Min said with a sad face, "If only a kindergarten would accept her, that would be great. I have been to several kindergartens around and I was persuaded to leave!" What's going on? I murmured in my heart, but I still asked, "Is it because the child doesn't like going to kindergarten?" "No, I'm talking late, now I only say 'Dad', 'Mom', 'Hungry', 'Eat' and so on. It's a simple two-character phrase, and I can't explain the rest clearly, so the teacher said that it is recommended to spend a year at night." I remember when my second treasure was 3 years old, the basic conversations were no longer a problem, and I usually speak very clearly, with four or five characters. Short sentences, it's already very smooth! Is there a language barrier? Wang Min went on to say: "Actually, I took my child to major hospitals for examination, and the doctors said that there is no problem, but now I don't like to talk. Maybe I was too busy since I was a child, and I didn't enlighten her on language expression. It's been arranged for her, she doesn't need to talk, it's just like this?" After saying this, Wang Min asked me a little worriedly: "Do you think it's 'noble talking late'?" I said. Embarrassedly smiled, and told her that there is no such thing as "noble words are late", children will master certain skills when they reach a certain age. The same is true of speaking, so big, it should be able to communicate normally.

Children speak late and may be "language hungry"

Children use words to express their inner thoughts and feel the world around them. If children's early language development is hindered, it may cause certain influences and obstacles to other aspects. According to the above table of language development characteristics, we can see that Nannan's language expression ability is actually still at the stage of 12 months, and now she is more than 3 years old, obviously she does not have the language expression ability of this age group. Why is there a phenomenon of "language hunger"? Mainly because she is well taken care of in her daily life and does not need to be expressed in words at all. If you want something, just put a finger on it, and my mother will bring it. I am thirsty and hungry. As long as I hum, my mother immediately understands and prepares it for my daughter. Child psychology believes that language is an important factor in helping children establish self-awareness. The development of language expression is closely related to the development of image thinking, expression, logic and other aspects. Therefore, due to her poor language skills, the kindergarten refused her admission request and suggested to study at night for a year.

Three-step walk helps babies speak early

Language skills are the core skills of a child's life. Children with strong language skills will be more popular in the future. 1. Bedtime stories Telling children bedtime stories is an important way to develop language skills. Through stories, children's senses are mobilized, eyes, ears, hands, and feet are all active, attracting the baby's attention and stimulating the development of language expression. It is recommended to choose a light and short story, which is convenient for children to remember and express. The plot of the story is too ups and downs, which is not conducive to the child's better sleep. My child was reading "40 Books of Bedtime Stories". It was a palm-sized book with a few 10 thin pages. It could be finished in three or four minutes. The child liked listening to it very much. Babies around the age of 3 can try to retell stories, such as the "40 Books of Bedtime Stories" we told. I will let the children retell them again. It is so simple and easy to remember the stories. The children can remember them and are willing to tell them. If the child's ability to express is not strong, you can play the role in the story with the child, and the parents will participate together to complete the retelling of the story. This set of small picture books has accompanied my baby for three or four years. Every night we read a few books together and tell the stories. Children's language skills also show explosive growth. 2. Share the little things around you. Before going to bed at night or before taking a nap, share with your children. What happens in the day can be happy or unhappy. Parents can also share with their children the interesting things they have encountered. Tips: This can not only exercise children's language skills, but also promote parent-child relationship. 3. Read nursery rhymes with children. Children's songs are catchy, almost every child will like it very much. Parents can choose rhythmic nursery rhymes and let their children recite them along with their mothers, and at the same time add some body movements, such as singing while walking, or swinging their hands, etc., which will make children feel the fun of the game and develop language skills. My son likes "Three Hundred Nursery Songs" very much. He also reads it with me at ordinary times, and flips through it by himself. This nursery rhyme book has become his handy little book, and he will share it with his children wherever he goes. The kindergarten teacher also said that he likes Erbao very much. He smiles every day, hums nursery rhymes to school, unites his classmates in the class, loves to share, and also plays games and organizes activities with other children, becoming the teacher's little helper. It can be said that this has a lot to do with reading children's songs to him at ordinary times. Conclusion: The ability of language expression needs acquired exercise, but also needs the constant guidance of parents. Everyone wants their children to be good at expressing, talking and laughing, so start training them from an early age, and don't miss the critical period of language training at the age of 2-6! (The picture in this article comes from the Internet, if there is any infringement, please contact to delete it)
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