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We're sharing five tips every parent should know about their young dual language-learners. Here's tip #2. Remember, they CAN catch up!

We're sharing five tips every parent should know about their young dual language-learners. Here's tip #2. Remember, they CAN catch up!

Talk, talk, and talk some more! 5 tips for parents of dual-language learners

Talk, talk, and talk some more! 5 tips for parents of dual-language learners

Tell Me, Show Me, INVOLVE ME! How you can really help your child understand and remember.

Tell Me, Show Me, Involve Me {Language Development}

Tell Me, Show Me, INVOLVE ME! How you can really help your child understand and remember.

There's an achievement gap in America, and it starts way earlier than expected.

Why Talking To Babies Is An Investment Worth Making. Don't Believe Me? Watch And Learn.

There's an achievement gap in America, and it starts way earlier than expected.

More than just baby talk - 30 million words initiative

The Surgeon Who Became An Activist For Baby Talk

{Free Modern Printables for parents regarding language and learning: Will be passing these out at my ETR and IEP meetings! Lots of great handouts!}

{Free Modern Printables for parents regarding language and learning: Will be passing these out at my ETR and IEP meetings! Lots of great handouts!}

The more parents talk to their children, the faster those children’s vocabularies grow and the better their intelligence develops. That might seem blindingly obvious, but it took until 1995 for science to show just how early in life the difference begins to matter. In that year, behavior analysts Betty Hart and Todd Risley of the University of Kansas published the results of a decade-long study in which they had looked at how, and how much.

In the beginning was the word

The more parents talk to their children, the faster those children’s vocabularies grow and the better their intelligence develops. That might seem blindingly obvious, but it took until 1995 for science to show just how early in life the difference begins to matter. In that year, behavior analysts Betty Hart and Todd Risley of the University of Kansas published the results of a decade-long study in which they had looked at how, and how much.

Closing the Word Gap: Feeding Your Baby a Good Language Diet | Gryphon House

Closing the Word Gap: Feeding Your Baby a Good Language Diet | Gryphon House

The 30-million word gap in children of different economic backgrounds: Number of Words Addressed to Children

The 30-million word gap in children of different economic backgrounds: Number of Words Addressed to Children

Children living in poverty may hear only 10 millions words by age 3, compared to 33 million words for higher-income kids. Learn how you can support quality early childhood education at GrowAmericaStronger.org.

Children living in poverty may hear only 10 millions words by age 3, compared to 33 million words for higher-income kids. Learn how you can support quality early childhood education at GrowAmericaStronger.org.