Not too long ago I did a post on babbling after I was asked by some friends to explain what babbling is exactly. I wanted to go ahead and share some additional information on “typical” speech and language development from birth to 12 months. Here is a chart I put together uses several different sources to help give you an idea of how your infant will be developing in the area of speech and language development in that first year of life.
The information above was adapted from the following sources:
American Speech-Language Hearing Association Website (2011). How does your child hear and talk? Birth to one year. Retrieved from http://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/01.htm (11-27-2011)
Lanza, J.R. & Flahive, L.K. (2008). LinguiSystems guide to communication milestones: 2009 Edition. East Moline, IL: LinguiSystems, Inc. Retrieved from http://www.linguisystems.com/pdf/Milestonesguide.pdf (11-27-2011)
McLaughlin, S. (1998). Introduction to language development.Â San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group, INC.
Let me know if you have any questions!
Jessica @ Preserving Life's Moments says
Very helpful….thank you!
You are so welcome! 🙂
I enjoy read your information. I am a grandmother taking care of my son and daughter in laws 4 month old baby. Thank you for writing about speech and language development.