He is 3 yr old and the only words he can say is "Hi" Buh-bye" "Pizza "Popeye" "Bath "Baby' "Wow""Cheese" "Peas"
I'm an elocution teacher and I always suggest to parents that they find a picture, which could be of anything. In this example I'll imagine you have a photo of a dog. Ask the child how many ears the dog has, if the child answers two, say 'yes that's right the dog has two ears'. Always repeat the answer in a sentence. If the child doesn't appear to know the answer don't put any pressure on them just answer for them and ask another question. Try asking what colour the dog is. You can do this when you're out and about, asking about the colours of cars, front doors, how many windows a particular house has etc. Always repeat the answer in a sentence and give the child plenty of praise when they answer in a sentence.
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