Learing A-B-Cs

When kids are learning to speak play word games and say the ABC’s — in fact, singing things like the ABCs is a great way to get them to put the ideas together – kids can often sing songs like their ABCs long before they can use them in any practical sense.
From: Families.com

Learning to Talk

When kids are learning to speak don’t correct them constantly – if they say “us are doing something”, that’s okay, if they say “me” in lieu of “I”, that’s also okay.
From: Families.com

Learning to Talk

When kids are learning to speak try using nursery rhymes. Nursery rhymes appeal to kids because they are simple, lyrical and rhyme. Use rymes like patty-cake and peas porridge hot and rub-dub-dub.
From: Families.com

Talking

By 24 months your baby should say at least 50 words and use two-word phrases (“Doll mine,” “Daddy go”).
From: BabyTalk Magazine