Be Encouraging But Do Not Pressurize Your Child When It Comes To Speech Skills
At this stage, your child's speech skills have a lot to do with what words you are using around the little one. Be the role model for your child’s communication skills. Use kind and pleasing words while speaking to them. However, do not pressurize the little one or scold them if they are late in their speech. Scolding will simply put off your child and his trust in you about confessing his troubles when he is in a problem.
Consult a specialist who can advise you better. Taking the help of a speech therapist, will guide you towards the best way to tackle your child’s speech problems. As long as you encourage and support your child, he will feel confident about confessing his problems to you or else, sharing his inhibitions about his speech problems. Have patience while you tackle your child and encourage him to repeat after you.