Children can usually:
- Understand up to 50 words and some short phrases.
- Follow simple instructions (e.g., ‘throw the ball’).
- Point to familiar objects when named.
- Point to some pictures in familiar
When it comes to speaking, children can usually:
- Say 6 to 20 single words – some easier to understand than others, but becoming more consistent.
- Copy lots of words and noises.
- Name a few body parts.
- Use objects in pretend play (e.g., hold toy phone to their ear and say ‘hello?’).
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