Some kids begin to talk after two years old and they can already boast, as it is clearly telling rhymes. But other still not very well say, even three years. Language development occurs in all different ways and in children of 3-4 years may differ significantly.
Norms of speech development of a child 3-4 years
So, as already mentioned, the rate of language development in 3-4 years for any individual, but they should not go far beyond the conventional. At this age children already speak sentences, consisting not of two but of five or six words. This is the most important and basic thing you should pay attention to the phrasal utterance.
If the proposals are monosyllabic, non-existent — time to sound the alarm, because three — four-kid clear delay in speech development (ZRR), which should not be confused with delayed General development. If the time to take action, consult a neurologist, speech therapist-defectologist, then very soon there will be positive dynamics in the speech development of a child 3-4 years old.
That should be able a child of this age should highlight the following:
Peculiarities of speech development in children 3-4 years
Don’t expect three year olds perfect pronunciation, even if you really want. And let the neighbor Masha already talking like an adult, your child develops as inherent nature, but that does not mean that the process cannot be influenced. There are various techniques that allow speech to develop actively.
Also that should be able to pronounce the child, there is something that he can afford not to be able, at least for now:
Classes on language development in 3-4 years
In addition to the well-known finger exercises and development of fine motor skills, which positively affect the development of speech, require special lessons in order to make the tongue more nimble.
The child is the tip of the tongue depicts a pendulum, alternately taking one or the other corner of his mouth.
«Paint the ceiling»
The kid needs to imagine that his tongue is a painter who paints the ceiling, that is, performs a movement back and forth and from side to side across the sky.
Not very loved by adults, but very useful game. The child would be happy to lick the plate after eating, as cats do. Thus, you train the small muscles involved in the pronunciation of sounds.
In addition, you should write a list of words with problem sounds. They may be in the beginning and in the middle of a word. 10-15 minutes a day should be recited with the child these words, gradually improving pronunciation. These speech therapy sessions should occur daily, because only regular exercise can give a positive result.