Download Learn To Talk for Toddlers - First Words - Speech For 2 Year Old - Speech Delay Learning - Apraxia Mp3
Duration: 81.48 MB
Published: 29 December 2020
Does your toddler have a speech delay? Talk to your pediatrician and also call early intervention! The sooner you get help, the better. Definitely try to get speech therapy for your child.
We hope our videos are also helpful for your little one! Ms Rachel's son had a speech delay, and she became very passionate about trying to help toddlers with their language development.
Learn To Talk for Toddlers videos show First Words and functional speech for babies, toddlers, 1 year olds, 2 year olds, 3 year olds and older! We show a mouth close-up, which may be helpful to children with speech delays and apraxia. This video focuses on over 25 first words! Ms Rachel is a master at encouraging speech
In this toddler learning video we show many common first words and functional words that can help toddlers communicate what they need and want.
Words focused on include: Mama, Dada, Hi, Me, More, Go, Help, Eat, Open, I, Want, No, Ya, Mama, Dada, Ball, On, One, Two, Three, Done, Banana, Teddy Bear, Baby, Bubble, Down, Tummy, Peek-A-Boo, Bye.
As well as speech practice sessions, we introduce simple songs that help children with gestures and language. Gestures and imitation are important skills for toddlers! We also demonstrate another important skill for toddlers, pretend and imaginative play. Our videos have also been helpful for children with autism.
If you think your child has a speech delay, definitely talk to your pediatrician. You may qualify for free speech therapy through your state's early intervention program. You can also get evaluated by a speech therapist.
Rachel is not a speech therapist, but on several videos she has worked with speech therapists to share helpful techniques for speech practice.
"Georgie" puppet Copyright 2016 - David Fino & The Brooklyn Puppet Conspiracy. Used with Permission.
On our YouTube page we also have more baby learning videos, toddler learning videos and preschool learning videos. In our educational videos for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, we work on speech and language, milestones, gestures, baby sign language, pretend play, flash cards, social emotional learning, dramatic play, art, music, math, science, circle time, finger plays, singing, dancing, exercises, sensory play and more!
Rachel has worked with children with special needs including autism, down syndrome, speech delays, apraxia, cerebral palsy and global developmental delays. She believes all children are smart, important, gifted, valuable and our teachers.
We put your baby first and not entertainment value. That is why there is no loud music during the presentation of words.
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Rachel has taught preschool music to young kids, toddlers, and babies and has a master's in music education from NYU. She has also been a toddler teacher and has a sweet 2-year-old boy who inspired her online baby music classes and learning videos!
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Our video are great for your 1 year old, 2 year old, 3 year old, 4 year old and 5 year old! Even parents enjoy the educational videos we create. Our videos are wonderful for preschoolers, kindergarteners and even elementary students. Our videos are in English and we purposefully speak slowly and clearly for optimal learning. We hope you enjoy our English learning videos for toddlers.