Back in May I wrote a post about developmental speech and language milestones. It was a rather long post. When I was going through past posts I cringed when I tried to read it. It is never-ending and the formatting is horrible. Snore fest! I have since updated the formatting and created a free printable for you to use. Keep organized and on top of your child’s language development from 12 months to 4 years of age with this easy language tracking tool. Do you often say to yourself, “I really need to write down stuff that my kid says so I can remember it for later!”? Then this is the printable for you!
Maybe your more concerned about your child’s speech sounds. If so, check out my speech sound development printable. Did you know that …
As a general guideline your child should be evaluated by a Speech-Language Pathologist if by …
Age 1 your child’s speech is NOT intelligible 25% of the time
Age 2 your child’s speech is NOT intelligible 50% of the time
Age 3 your child’s speech is NOT intelligible 75% of the time
Age 4 your child’s speech is NOT intelligible 100% of the time
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Next Week on Mommy Minute Monday:
Using Sign Language to teach your child manners.
Special Announcement: In honor of my blog redesign occurring sometime in the near future, I’m renaming Mommy Minute Monday. Check out my poll on the right sidebar and vote to help me out! As always feel free to comment, e-mail, tweet or send me a Facebook message with any speech, feeding or language questions.