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Repeating end of word-d-ds. Anyone's DC do this?

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Bubbinsmakesthree Tue 14-Jun-16 08:44:58

DS just 2 and has suddenly started 'echoing' the end of words which end with a hard consonant (book-k-k, hat-t-t etc). It seems involuntary rather than deliberate.

Anyone else experienced this? He's just had a big language leap so I am guessing it is a passing phase, but would be interested to know if it has happened to others and whether it resolved.

Ferguson Tue 14-Jun-16 17:58:29

As a retired primary TA I would think at his age he is becoming more aware of words and 'sounds' - he probably quite enjoys the sound at the end of words, so he 'plays' with it.

But keep a note of how it develops, in case it should become a problem. And books like Dr Seuss or Beatrix Potter's rhyming books will encourage and extend his awareness of sounds.

Bubbinsmakesthree Tue 14-Jun-16 19:08:54

He has only recently started sounding out word endings clearly so it might be an element of practicing/playing with the sound but it seems more unconscious - he always seem to have two repetitions that are a softer echo of the original word.

I know stammering can sometime happen when language is developing but word ending repetition seems a bit different.

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