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Speech and language developmental milestones – now that I am 3 years old…

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Year Level: Early Years
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A poster designed to promote awareness of early oral language developmental milestones in 3 Year Olds

Designed by Speech Pathologists, this resource promotes awareness of early oral language developmental milestones.

The poster outlines:

  • What children aged 3 years should be able to say, express, comprehend and listen and engage with.
  • Tips for parents in the home environment so that they can stimulate their child’s speech and language skills
  • A list of observations of children’s communication skills (or lack of) which are causes for concern and suggest visits to an Speech Pathologist.

 

In addition to the posters, PLD also offers downloadable speech and language developmental milestones sheets.  

Designed by speech and language pathologists, the speech and language milestone sheets provide an list of typical milestones that should be attained by specific ages. In the event that a child is not demonstrating what is expected for their age, it is recommended that a speech pathologist is consulted. The sheets also include specific causes for concern and suggestions for parents within the home.

While PLD no longer offers a clinic, the following download may be useful when seeking specific information from the school or the early childhood service for the speech pathologist: Observations of a student to accompany a referral to a SP.

 

Other related milestone sheets and videos have been listed below:
3 years of age:

Speech and language milestone download sheet

Video – briefly outlining 3 year old milestones

4 years of age:

Speech and language milestone download sheet

Video – briefly outlining 4 year old milestones

5 years of age:

Speech and language milestone download sheet

Video – briefly outlining 5 year old milestones

6 years of age:

Speech and language milestone download sheet

Video – briefly outlining 6 year old milestones

7 years of age:

Speech and language milestone download sheet

Video – briefly outlining 7 year old milestones

From 8 years of age:

Speech and language milestone download sheet

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