"Music assists in the development of a child's speech," he said. "Singing nursery rhymes and simple songs teaches children how language is constructed and assists with the acquisition of language. Singing songs with your child will also teach them about tone, beat and rhythm. " -https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2011/may/08/singing-children-development-language-skills
Developing proper language skills, like all skills, comes from practice and repetition. Playing positive educational music written and recorded specifically for children is the best way to help kids learn and form proper speech patterns. Children absorb their environment like a sponge. They recite everything they see and hear around them like video recorders. Playing Ice Cream Songs is a great way to help children form proper speech patterns and establish necessary education fundamentals.