4 Ways to Incorporate Greatest Speech Development Activities - Montiplay

4 Ways to Incorporate Greatest Speech Development Activities

Speech development might be one of the most crucial factors for your child's future success! From a very early age, speech development plays a pivotal role in shaping their emotional, social, cognitive, and identity development. It's closely linked to academic achievements and can save your child from the struggles of language development later in life. Let’s walk you through the major 4 ways to  boost your child’s speech development: oral motor development, clear and simple language usage, reading and singing to your child, and encouraging talks and asking questions. 

Oral Motor skills

Encouraging oral exploration through safe items for babies to put in their mouth, such as a silicone teether, can support the development of their oral motor skills. These activities can help strengthen their muscles and bones, laying the groundwork for speech and language development. Providing appropriate opportunities for oral exploration can contribute to your child's overall growth and well-being.

Mother with child working on speech development

Clear and simple languages

Actually, maximizing your child's speech development with clear, simple and sing-song tone language could do wonders! Many parents unintentionally hinder their baby's speech development by using unclear or baby-like language. Our program equips parents with effective communication tools to nurture their child's language skills. Say goodbye to confusing baby talk and start boosting your child's full potential for speech development. 


Reading a book might sound simple and engaging activity for your child, where in fact it is critically impactful for their speech development as well. Try using a high pitch sing-song voice while reading, even if you're not actually singing. This playful tone can capture your child's attention and make the reading experience more enjoyable. Incorporating different vocal tones and expressions can also help with language development and make the story come alive for your child.

Open conversations

Nurturing your baby's speech development through open conversations is also another way of exponentially escalating their language. Encourage questions, provide undivided attention, and actively listen to your baby's babbling. These interactions promote vocabulary building, sentence structure development, and overall cognitive, emotional, and social growth. 

On a final note...

In a nutshell, fostering language development in babies is a vital aspect of their overall growth and well-being. By providing appropriate opportunities for oral exploration, using clear and simple language, incorporating engaging activities like reading, and nurturing open conversations, parents can help their child unlock their full potential for speech and language development. Investing in language skills from an early age sets the foundation for success in communication and cognitive development. Don't miss out on this life-changing opportunity to set your child up for success. Invest in their speech development with Montiplay and watch them thrive in all areas of their life!