25 Words your toddler should know by age 2

Research indicates that, at any rate of development, these are the 25 words your toddler should be able to say by age 2!

Toddlers often range in chattiness. Some talk nonstop, others are a little more shy or quiet. In either case, kids develop at varying paces. Some hit the important milestone of speech before others, but research indicates that at any rate of development, there are at least 25 words your toddler should be able to say by age 2.

The Child Study Institute at Bryn Mawr College suggests that these 25 words represent the minimum number. Their research states that the average vocabulary for a toddler is around 75 to 225 words with phrases. However, the following words are a list of the most important words your toddler should be saying:

1. all gone

2. baby

25 Words Your Toddler Should Know By Age 2

3. ball

4. banana

5. bath

 

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6. bye bye

7. book

25 Words Your Toddler Should Know By Age 2

8. car

9. cat

10. cookie

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11. daddy

12. dog

25 Words Your Toddler Should Know By Age 2

13. eye

14. hat

15. hello/hi

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16. hot

17. juice

25 Words Your Toddler Should Know By Age 2

18. milk

19. mommy

20. more

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21. no

22. nose

25 Words Your Toddler Should Know By Age 2

23. shoe

24. thank you

25. yes

Is your toddler capable of speaking all of these crucial words? If not, try teaching them any number of these important words that Dr. Leslie Rescorla, director of The Child Study Institute at Bryn Mawr College, suggests they need to know by age 2.

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