Check the progress of your child's language development

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* 1. My child enjoys listening to people talking, but she/he can still be easily distracted

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* 2. My child understands requests with about 4 main words, for example ‘sit teddy on the box’ or ‘kick the big red ball’

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* 3. My child can follow requests with 2 parts, for example ‘Get your socks and put them in the basket’

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* 4. My child is able to understand simple question words like ‘who’ and ‘where’

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* 5. My child can answer simple questions about objects e.g. "which one do we eat with?"

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* 6. My child understands the words ‘big’ and ‘little’

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* 7. My child understands simple quantities or amounts, i.e. ‘a little bit’, ‘a lot’, or ‘more’

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* 8. My child understands lots of words, at least 300

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* 9. My child is putting short sentences together with 2 or 3 words, for example ‘more juice’ or ‘bye nanny

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* 10. My child uses action words for example run, spill, fall as well as nouns

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* 11. My child can add ‘s’ to words to show there is more than one of something. For example, ‘shoe’ becomes ‘shoes’ or ‘horsey’ becomes ‘horsies’

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* 12. My child uses the sounds p, b, m, w, k, g, t and d when he talks

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* 13. My child has started to talk to other children as well as to adults

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* 14. My child likes to have a conversation with me (but she/he does find it hard to stay on one topic and not jump from one to another)

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* 15. My child is interested in other children’s games, and wants to join in with them

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* 16. My child shows concern when another child is hurt or sad

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* 17. My child likes to get my attention and says things like ‘watch me’

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