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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Bila anak anda mula bercakap...

Sebenarnya saya ada sedikit kerisauan...hmmmmm..anak saya dah 2th 3 bulan, baru boleh cakap sikit2 aje.masa age dia 1 1/2 tahun dulu, paed ada test, dia cakap ok takde masalah..Tapi saya rase anak saya ni jenis yg lambat bercakap kot..compared with my friend's sons yg age dia younger than my son, anak diaorg macam dah boleh cakap banyak...anak saya ni jenis yg hyperactive, celik mata jer nak main jer..kalo kita panggil, sometimes he just ignored me or just pretend like he didn't listen, I wasn't sure..dia asek bermain je..is it normal?kadang-kadang saya terbimbang jugak..Anyhow, after he past he 2nd birthday on last May, I noticed dia dah boleh cakap banyak sikit..Alhamdullilah, lega sikit hati mama..Sometimes dia macam beria-ia nak bercerita dgn saya, permulaan cerita dia, a bit tergagap2, contohnya dia akan panggil saya , mama 2, 3 kali dan, err..err..pastu bahasa ayam itik dia (Saya tak pahampon, tapi saya pura-pura paham and layan kan aje)..again, is it normal?ohhh..bila dia sedang bercerita, He must point a finger...hehehe, kadang-kadang saya nak tergelak jugak tengok gelagat dia nih....
Sometimes bila saya bagi instruction dia buat, tapi kena suruh 2,3 kali baru buat..Saya tak tahulah memang dia tak paham ke ape?Sebab instruction tu benda yg sama aje saya suruh dia buat hari2, kadang2 buat kadang2 tak buat...haihhhhh...
hmmm...Terfikir jugak ada masalah ke anak saya ni.Should I jumpa pakar or not?
Recently, dia dah pandai nyanyi ikut lagu kat TV.Contohnya semalam, lagu tema Roda-roda Kuala Lumpur, bukan main lagi dia nyani, "roda..roda...upur"...hehehe
Dia pandai mengajuk perkaatan yg disebut orang ataupun dia dengar dr TV..sebutan dia ok, tak pelat sangat, Tapi I found that dia macam susah nak ingat the words yg Saya ajar...but he can pronounce well.Sometimes dia akan sambung ayat (yg saya selalu ajar tiap2 hari)...contohnya..saya akan sebut I, and he will continue with love mama...Sometimes he seems he didn't understood what I meant "no", makin saya kata "no", makin dia buat...haihhhhh
Apa2 pun, so far dah banyak vocab dia...Alhamdullillah sgt2..at least he showed me some progress..hehehe..mungkin saya kena bagi susu yg ada 4 kali dha tu kot!
Lagi satu,anak saya ni dia punye tantrum amatler dasat, kadang2 gerun jugak nak bawak dia pegi jalan2..bukan apa nanti mak bapak dia jugak yg malu...heheh

The words that he used to say lately;
1. duo, tigo, apat, silan (dia membilang in kelantanese, hehehe..dua, tiga,empat,sembilan..dah yg tu je dia ingat)
2. nak eshik (nak nasik)
3. nak balik, dom ..(nak balik, jom)
4. nak air
5. dol!!(Gol!!)
6. nak abak (nak susu, ni "bak"bahasa org trg utk susu)
7. nak abum (nak naik vrooom (adalah bunyi motor) , nak naik motor maksudnya)
8. iping (kartun ipin, ditambahnya "g", heheh)
9. nak katom (nak tengok cartoon)
10. nak kapok (nak keropok, semua jenis keropok jajan tu dan biskut adalah termasuk dalam kategori "kapok", hehehe)
11. nak oti (nak roti)
12. mama, berok (bukan beruk tapi berak hehehe)
13. nak bobob, silan..(nak tengok spongebob di tv 9)
14. nak ido (nak tido)
15. nak madi (nak mandi)
16. esha..(malaysia, merujuk pada logo 1malaysia tu)
17. semut..(maknanya gatal, mama kena tolong garu!)
18. nanak (tak nak)
19. suor (seluar, baju pon!)
20. pempoh (pampers!hahaha)
21.babai (bye-bye)


**source from http://www.cyh.com
Steps in learning to talk
The early months
Long before they can speak, babies are listening to their parents and carers. They begin to make little noises and sounds which come before speech. If parents and carers imitate these, it is as if they are talking to the baby. This is the beginning of your baby learning to talk.
By responding to your baby's needs when she cries, you show that you have heard her and that she matters. This is the start of communication.
8–12 months
The early little noises turn into babbling e.g. 'Da-da-da-da' and 'Ma-ma-ma-ma'.
Babies begin to learn what some simple words mean even though they cannot say them, e.g. 'Mummy, Bottle, No'.
There may be one or two single words.
Babies wave 'Bye-bye' when asked.
They obey simple requests such as 'Give me the ball'.
12–18 months
There is much babbling in the children's own jargon.
The first single words appear e.g. 'No, Dad, Dog'.
Children can point to things that they know when they are asked to.
Children know their own names and respond to them.
18 months to 2 years
18 month olds can know and use six or more words. Two year olds may have 100 or more words. Many of the words may be unclear but the parent or carer can tell what is meant.
Two year olds can say their name.
They can ask for simple things that they need e.g. 'Drink'.
Children start to join words together e.g. 'Daddy home', 'All gone'.
They copy the last part of sentences.
They try out different speech sounds and make mistakes.
3 to 4 years
Children begin to ask 'What?' and 'Why?' questions.
They use sentences with three or four words.
They begin to separate the truth from make-believe.
They can talk about 'Yesterday, Now and Tomorrow' and know what they mean.
Their speech should be understandable most of the time.
They are likely to talk to themselves as they do things.
They can learn and join in simple rhymes and songs.
4 to 5 years
Children learn to adjust their language to the situation they are in. For example:
They talk differently to their parents than they do to their friends.
They ask 'When?' questions.
They can talk about imaginary situations e.g. 'I hope...'
They still mix truth and make-believe.
They like to tell stories.
They can hold conversations with their friends and parents.
They will be able to say their name, age and address if they have been taught this.
Four year olds enjoy making up words for fun and using toilet words, e.g. 'poo', 'bum'.
Their speech is clearer but they still may not be using 'th', 'r', 'z', 's', and 'v'.
What parents can do
Talk to your baby right from birth and imitate her sounds.
Name things and talk about what you are doing. Use simple words and sentences at first with an emphasis on key words.
Have conversations with your child at some stage every day.
Listen with interest when your child is talking to you. Don't interfere or correct your child's speech.
Answer questions simply and clearly.
Allow your child time to get out what she wants to say.
Talk about pictures in books, and name things in the pictures.
Sing songs and read rhymes with enthusiasm.
Take your children to the local library and read some stories to them. Then you can borrow or buy the ones that they particularly enjoy.
Give a younger child a chance to talk without being interrupted by older brothers and sisters.
If your child is stumbling over words because he is excited suggest that he tell you slowly. Then listen to him carefully.
Get down to eye level with your child when teaching a new word so he can see your lips and hear the word clearly.
For children with a severe hearing loss, it is most important that their hearing loss is recognised before six months of age.
Be concerned if your child
does not react to loud noises by the time she is one month old.
does not turn her head to a noise or voice by three months of age. Hearing problems often cause speech difficulties.
does not start to make single sounds, e.g. 'ba ba' by eight or nine months.
does not babble or make other sounds when someone talks to her by twelve months.
is not starting to say single words by twelve months.
does not understand simple instructions by two years.
frequently repeats sounds or part-words, e.g. 'Wh-wh-where's my ba-ba-ball?'
lengthens sounds or gets stuck on words, e.g. 'm-m-m-m' or da-a-a-a-ad'
is embarrassed or worried when speaking.
If you have any concerns at any stage about your child's speech, talk to your local child health nurse or your Doctor. Your child may need to see a Speech Pathologist (through local Community Health Centres, Hospitals that provide services for children, or privately).
Reminders
Language development needs listening and talking.
Use simple language.
Sit or kneel down so you are on your child's level when she is talking to you.
Spend time reading simple stories and rhymes, looking at picture books and singing songs.
Help your child to notice road signs and billboards.
Learning language is important. It should also be fun.

P/S:mommies, tolongla kasik pendapat, risau jugak saya nih..

3 comments:

GaDis CoMeL said...

anak jiran sy dulu lambat jugak bercakap, tapi bila dh blh cakap ni, rasa meluat sgt,byk pulak cakap.lambat sikit je kot anak akak tu.

.::NiK's WiFeY n MoMmY::. said...

takpe la sue..anak lin pun pelat jugak..lama2 nanti ok la tu..nanti non stop ckp, byk tanya pulak bila dah pandai ckp..hehehe tunggu~~~ :)

maisyah said...

hai..salam Su,
Saya tertarik dengan entry u ni. Anak saya pun lambat bercakap. Sedangkan sepupu2 dia sudah bercakap dan boleh reply lagi apa org cakap. Tapi si abang ni lambat.Dalam 2 tahun lebih juga bercakap. Tapi walaupun begitu,masa tu dia 'terer' nyanyi..ikut rentak walau patah2 perkataannya x suma betul. Sekarang da boleh nyanyi dengan lebih baik,bagi arahan dan terima arahan pun..Alhamdullilah..jangan risau biasa tu..ransang percakapannya hari2 k..melalui perbualan mahupun TV pendidikan di astro.

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