Archive for the ‘Baby Talk’ Category

Baby Talk: Issue No. 48, May 2015

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 48, May 2015   Free Videos on Resilience Supportive relationships, adaptive skill-building, and positive experiences constitute the foundation of what is commonly called resilience. A new InBrief Video Series on Resilience from the […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 47, April 2015

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 47, April 2015 Expert Panel Recommends New Sleep Durations The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), along with a multi-disciplinary expert panel, issued its new recommendations for appropriate sleep durations. The NSF convened experts from […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 46, March 2015

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 46, March 2015 Babies Learn Best Just Before a Nap Babies devote the majority of their time to sleeping, but until now, little has been known about the links between sleep and the […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 44, January 2015

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 44, January 2015 Talk, Read, Sing: Seven Ways to Build Early Math Literacy Research tells us that exposing children to math early improves their success in school. Talking to young children about […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 43, December 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 43, December 2014 Tips for Raising a Compassionate Infant or Toddler Recent research shows that infants and toddlers are far more empathetic than we once thought. While they have short fuses, and […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 42, November 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 42, November 2014 Reading Aloud to Infants and Toddlers Promotes Early Literacy Recent media attention has focused on how reading aloud to infants promotes positive early literacy outcomes and has a strong, […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 41, October 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 41, October 2014 ZERO TO THREE’S Let’s Play App The Let’s Play app was developed by ZERO TO THREE to provide families with fun ideas for keeping babies, toddlers, and preschoolers entertained and […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 40, September 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 40, September 2014 Look at Me! Using Focused Child Observation with Infants and Toddlers This video podcast introduces viewers to using focused observation with infants and toddlers and gives them an opportunity […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 39, August 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 39, August 2014 Having the Television On Can Hinder Language Development Having the television on while you play with your toddler could hinder the child’s language development, according to a new study. […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 38, July 2014

Baby Talk: Issue No. 38, July 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 38, July 2014 Great Resources from ZERO TO THREE (ZTT) The Power of Play When you see a baby wiggle to reach a rattle, a toddler stacking blocks, or a preschooler pretending […]

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