Kids & Speaking

Kids & Speaking


Over the first two years of life, children develop a spoken vocabulary of 300 to 1,000 words.


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By two-years-old, they can typically use over 300 words and understand about 1,000 words. Around three years of age, children begin to use language for all kinds of things. They're not only trying to get what they want by asking, but they're also talking about past experiences and even beginning to use it to pretend.


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