Be Aware of Your Child’s Development Rate- The Voice
You must be very careful at this point of your child’s growth towards their voice sound, and take an immediate action if your child does not perform properly while talking to you or others. Your child will be able to play and talk by age three, for example, giving voices to the toys they are playing with. They will begin to play in groups with other children, sharing toys and taking turns. You might hear your child playing with language through rhyming, singing and listening to stories. They might use an overly loud or soft voice when speaking. If you are concerned about your child’s language development, talk to your child and family health or other health professional. If your health professional doesn’t have concerns about your child, but you still do, it’s OK to get another opinion.