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Check out this video from Child Trends (available in English and Spanish to learn why babies may understand words before they can talk ~ https://www.childtrends.org/videos/babies-may-understand-words-can-talk#

July 20, 2018
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"Seeing the world through your child’s eyes doesn’t mean indulging his every whim. But it does offer you the opportunity to understand what his behavior might mean."

July 20, 2018
Early On Michigan

Picture books don't need to be read start to finish. They're great simply as conversation starters. Follow your child's lead and let the chit chat flow. For more tips on sharing books, visit your local library or http://first5forever.org.au/category/reading/ Post shared via First 5 Forever ~

July 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

Basically, there is no downside to being bilingual -- and the best time to start is early! Post shared via CMU Child Development and Learning Lab

July 19, 2018
Early On Michigan

The early childhood years are not only a time for taking first steps or for saying first words. They are also when, through their relationships with others, children are developing their sense of self, and their social and emotional skills. #socialemotional Discover more here:

July 18, 2018

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