Holophrases

by Cathy Parkes August 08, 2022

At approximately 1 year of age, a child should begin using "holophrases," which are one-word sentences. By age 2 the child should use more than 50 words and 2 - 3 word phrases.
At approximately 1 year of age, a child should begin using "holophrases," which are one-word sentences. By age 2 the child should use more than 50 words and 2 - 3 word phrases.


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