Trying to help your child expand from one word utterances, then add a word. Sounds simple because it is. Adding a word will provide your child with a model for how to combine words. Your little one doesn’t have to repeat after you. Listening is his only task. But in time, you will hear longer phrases.
Here are a few examples:
Child says “up” You say “pick up”
Child says “all gone” You say “crackers all gone”
Child says “shoe” You say “shoe off”