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From: Ella Jackson
Dear Mom, Dad or baby carer,
Are you wondering if you can teach baby to talk?
Are you worried about how to help your baby to talk?
Do you feel you don't know enough about how babies learn to talk ?
Do you feel overwhelmed with questions and doubts?
Should you use baby talk?
What is baby talk?
Are you worried that you can read different advice and aren't sure how to go forward?
My name is Ella Jackson and I've been an education researcher, practising teacher from Kindergarten to kids age 12 and I used to home-tutor children with learning problems.
Over the years I met lots of kids who couldn't speak well and I wished I could take them back in time to when they were just born and show their devoted parents how to teach babies to talk.
These loving parents had not been told or shown, what to do so they didn't have the simple but vital knowledge about infant speech and language development.
So when I was home-tutoring I discovered joy of being able to talk more with mothers and fathers in a relaxed way in their own homes.
They were desperate to learn how to help their toddlers and children to speak better because it helps so much with learning to read, with brain development and self-expression.
"We didn't know..."
The most common thing parents say is " We didn't know we should be doing these things..." but once they were shown how to help their baby or toddler to talk, they really put their hearts into it and the progress the kids made was really wonderful.
Since retiring from work I've wanted to help parents give their kids the best start in life in ways that will help with their later education.
Like me, you probably panicked a bit when you first saw your little baby and wonder how to do your best to see them grow and flourish to be a success in life.
By investing your time reading the words I've laid out on this website about how to teach baby to talk, is a testament to your commitment to being the best parent or carer you can be.
I can relate to where you are right now and how you feel because that feeling of looking at your new-born baby and realising they don't come with an instruction manual, never gets forgotten.
Maybe you've read or heard that talking baby talk to your little one is a bad idea.
Or you read that using baby talk is a good idea, but don't know what baby talk is or how to do it.
Or maybe you have a young child who isn't talking yet.
Or maybe you're still pregnant and looking for information - to be prepared.
I was lucky in that I had lots of training in how children learn to talk and read when I trained as a teacher and added to that I had the experience of working with families as a home-tutor and of course with my own kids, when they came along.
Maybe.... like other parents I know you've asked yourself:
- When is best to start to teach baby to talk?
- How do babies learn to talk?
- How can I teach him?
- Do I talk baby talk to her?
- Where can I get good advice?
- How do I know if I have what it takes to be successful?
If you're one of those people who doesn't like to interfere in someone else's family, even when you think they are doing something wrong, I can identify with that.
It might ruin your friendship. They might get so mad at you that they never speak to you again.
Well, that happened to me a few years back, so I need to backtrack here. Mostly, families paid me to help their kids learn to speak better, to read better and to write better and they were very grateful that I could help them when they saw how their kids improved.
But what happens when the person needing help is the 18-month old kid who lives next door and the parents don't know they need help to teach their child to speak? So this is how it happened....
A number of years ago, some new neighbours moved in, a very young couple with a new baby. Over the baby's first year we did some regular babysitting and played fun "talking games" with baby P. and by the time he was 12 months old he was saying little words - "Mama" "Dada" "ba-ba", "Bebe" our dog's name, and sounds like ga-ga, and doh.
Then the family moved away to a different neighbourhood we saw them less. Sometimes they came visiting, but I noticed that little P. always had a soother or pacifier (maybe you call it a binkie or dummy) in his mouth, all the time.
He was walking around the house with a soother in his mouth the whole time they were visiting except when he took a drink.
And he wasn't talking. He would make grunting noises through his nose in response to us or his parents, or nod his head or shake it, or point to things.
I was worried. I knew kids can't learn to talk when they have a soother in their mouths most of the day. But how to say that to the parents?
So I tried to show them, playing "hide the soother games" and trying to get him to say the words he used to say. He could still say all the words he knew before, but some of them sounded a bit strange. He hadn't learnt any new words either. And I noticed he had a problem trying to repeat words I thought should be easy for him.
But I couldn't just say straight out to the parents "You know, letting him use the pacifier all the time, when it isn't bedtime, will affect his speech development." I felt embarassed, worried and guilty ....and a coward.
Unfortunately, I was right. By the time P. was three years old, his speech delay became obvious when he started Kindergarten. Other kids and the assistants couldn't understand the noises he was making as he tried to talk to them. His speech was so delayed he had to go for speech therapy.
But P. learned how to speak better, eventually, but it took nearly a year of daily speech exercises and a lot of frustration and sadness for P. as other kids didn't want to play with him or made fun of him. He was about five years old before his speech became normal. His confidence had been dented, though.
The parents felt so guilty and embarassed that they hadn't
noticed his talking was so bad.
The parents had got to know what P. meant by his grunts and half-formed words.
They had got used to it and interpreting it. They also didn't know any other kids of P.'s age to realise that he was not talking as well as other kids his age. They thought he would "just learn to talk" by himself and no-one hald told them it is a parent's job to teach a baby to talk.
Baby P. haunts me. And I'm haunted by the thought of all the other kids whose parents don't know how to teach their baby to talk.
I don't want you to wait until your child is three years old to find out you could have been teaching him to talk long before that age.
By investing your time reading the words here is a sign of your commitment to not being one of those parents and I know you've come here because you want to know more about how to help your child to speak and I don't need to feel I'm interfering, unasked, in your family life.
At least you are smart enough to know that you need the knowledge to help your baby. Many parents don't know that they don't know. THey only become aware when problems arise that could have been avoided. And I must applaud you for searching for answers.
So ... you've probably asked yourself:
- When will baby's first words come?
- How do babies learn to talk?
- What exactly is baby talk?
- Should I use baby talk?
- How do I know if I have what it takes to be successful?
I understand ... I know lots of parents who've been there. They are the ones who asked for my help and paid me to help their kids - to great effect!
But having the desire to do what most are not willing to do is an absolute giant step you are taking for the future of your child and learning how to teach baby to talk.
Investing your time reading the words I've laid out on this website is a testament to your commitment to not being average and ordinary by wanting to do something really good and special for your child.
I can relate to where you are right now and how you feel because I remember that feeling of having a new baby in my arms and realising that everything I did for this child from now on, was going to affect his future.
And I know you've probably asked yourself:
- My baby just makes sounds -- do they mean anything?
- What should I talk to my baby about?
- How will I know if she's making the right progress?
- What should I look out for to identify problems?
- What should I do about problems that arise?
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