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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!

Our five tips for parents of dual-language learners

Our five tips for parents of dual-language learners

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

Too Small to Fail worked with the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Education (ED) on a suite of resources that can help enrich children’s early language experiences beginning from birth!

Too Small to Fail worked with the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Education (ED) on a suite of resources that can help enrich children’s early language experiences beginning from birth!

Tip 12: Inspire a love for stories in your littlest learners. You can do this by setting aside a few minutes every day to read or make up a story with your child. As he or she gets older, take turns telling one another stories about his or her favorite characters in books or TV shows. #TalkingIsTeachingTips

Tip 12: Inspire a love for stories in your littlest learners. You can do this by setting aside a few minutes every day to read or make up a story with your child. As he or she gets older, take turns telling one another stories about his or her favorite characters in books or TV shows. #TalkingIsTeachingTips

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

Show your child how fun it can be to build and knock down cup towers - while helping her become a learner for life.

Show your child how fun it can be to build and knock down cup towers - while helping her become a learner for life.

We MUST invest in our youngest learners & instill a lifelong love of reading and learning.

We MUST invest in our youngest learners & instill a lifelong love of reading and learning.

In Virginia this summer, Arlington Public Schools transported students in poor neighborhoods to community libraries for group readings. Studies say children from low-income families may hear roughly 30 million fewer words by age 3 than their more affluent peers.

Closing The 'Word Gap' Between Rich And Poor

In Virginia this summer, Arlington Public Schools transported students in poor neighborhoods to community libraries for group readings. Studies say children from low-income families may hear roughly 30 million fewer words by age 3 than their more affluent peers.

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