A Fun Way to Learn About Your Child’s Speech & Language Milestones

Communication Milestone Trackers #speech #language #milestones

Are you wondering about what to expect when it comes to your little’s ones communication development? Do you want to track your child’s language milestones in a fun and interactive way?

Visit our Milestones page to see a summary of communication milestone for children from Birth-18 months, to buy a set of printable Communication Milestone trackers for ages Birth-5 for $6.99, or download a FREE sample Newborn tracker!

Or, get the full set of printable Communication Milestone trackers at a discounted price when you purchase the Bonus Baby Talk Tips Ebook!

Here’s what you get: Communication Milestone Trackers for children from Birth-5 years of age, covering nine distinct and crucial periods of childhood communication development. Parents, caregivers and educators alike will benefit from these simple and easy to use trackers that not only provide important information but also offer sentimental value.


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The Communication Milestone Trackers only cover communication and literacy milestones and possible areas of delay in communication. If you have concerns about other areas of development, please consult your pediatrician. The information and materials available through our website are for informational and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for the professional judgment of healthcare professionals in diagnosing and treating patients. Products and services offered on the website should not be construed as any form of speech therapy. Visit our legal page for more.

Please remember that every child is unique and develops at his or her own pace. Don’t be alarmed if your child has not reached every milestone by each age on the chart. On the other hand, early intervention is crucial for children who demonstrate delays in speech and language (and other areas of development), so please seek out the advice of your pediatrician and/or a Speech Language Pathologist in your area, if you have concerns.

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