Can I get tips on how to help my 3 year old daughter with language development so she understands questions we ask sometimes. She ticks all the boxes in everything just sometimes doesn't understand the question. Most things she does but I'm trying to teach her to ask what she wants? if she wants to change the channel on TV she just gives me the remote and I ask what do you want and she just repeats it with "what do you want". But if ask what TV show this is she answers correctly.
Sometimes if someone outside the family asks her a question like what you eat for breakfast she doesn't answer/respond. I know this might change over time but any strategies to get her to use her language/voice more to communicate with some of these scenario's?
She is fine what is this, What colour, What number (She can count to 30), Who is this, Where is this? I think its more complex questions she is struggling with the moment? What did you eat for breakfast/dinner and etc. What sport did we play?
Things she does sometimes is grab your hand and take you to what she wants. Just trying to encourage to use her language/voice to communicate what she wants.
Example what she is doing. Wants biscuts?
Comes up to me and says biscuits? I say what do you say? and repeat Daddy I want biscuits then she repeats that. Just trying to re-enforce for her to say it first and not repeat.
She did have a delay in hearing when she was born but that was resolved after she turned 1
Hopefully with more training she will get there. Anyone else come across this before?