Make Time to Talk: Language Building Tips for Center-Based Child Care Providers

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| Author: U.S. Department of Education
| 2009

This tip sheet, designed for center based child care providers, gives concrete ideas on how to engage children in language, help them grow their vocabulary and learn to use language to express their ideas and needs.

Audience:
Providers
Topic:
Provider Best Practices
Grade Levels:
Prenatal
Infant (birth-18 mo.)
Toddler (18-24 mo.)
Preschooler (2-4 yr.)
School-age (5-8 yr.)

This tip sheet, designed for center based child care providers, gives concrete ideas on how to engage children in language, help them grow their vocabulary and learn to use language to express their ideas and needs.

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