All you have to do is sit down and try to teach your child how to use your hand to tell time. Your child learns the skill by doing it, and so they see it firsthand, so they also want to use it for many other objects.
What is my child’s response to what does he or she do?
We don’t use verbal instruction, we offer hands on experience. You can see how hands-on learning can lead to such a wide range of responses. We can try all this “learning and teaching” stuff with our babies (no need to try it with toddlers, or children), but we never feel we need to do this with adults. It just works, and the response is predictable: they sit and listen, they close their eyes, they play with your hand, they do the other thing, and then they look around, and smile, and say little words they had never seen before. This is a good way to teach new words. So this is why we can encourage the children to tell you how they hear the words. And if they are listening and responding with something like, “We want to play with that!” we know they are doing so because they see you and want to play with you.
How can I teach my own child to speak in “a word and a number”?
Try to focus your own child’s attention on a specific and clear word. Say this to her as soon as she is comfortable to let go. When she is very sure that you have heard her utter the word, try to count aloud to that exact number of words. Repeat this process until her language starts to reflect her own sense (for example, “She did what I told her to do.” and “She saw me do it as she did it.”) At the very end of the session, try to listen to her story. She will probably say it more clearly than you were aware of as she describes how she felt when something unusual happened. Remember: the child is now having a conversation with her. What she hears from you is her own voice; what you hear from her is her own experience. (Read more about this in our article about helping children develop their own language.) Your child doesn’t need to be able to tell you exactly how she felt, or what happened to her – she just needs to hear you say your own version of it.
How can I teach my son to speak in a particular way?
This is really a really easy
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