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Baby Talk: Issue No. 18, November 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 18, November 2012 National Baby Facts ZERO TO THREE’s publication uses facts about health, education, and socio-economic status to tell the story of how the youngest children in the U.S. are faring […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 17, October 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 17, October 2012 Infant-Toddler Language Development Research from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences provides additional insight into how infants process and understand language. Using electroencephalography (EEG) to capture […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 16, September 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 16, September 2012 Resources from Other Organizations and Initiatives The Center for the Study of Social Policy/Strengthening Families recently shared overviews of four programs, each of which has resources to support families […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 15, August 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 15, August 2012   Benefits of Music A study at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, suggests that even children as young as 1 year old can benefit from exposure to music. The study found […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 14, July 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 14, July 2012 Optimal Learning for Baby Infants ignore information that is too simple or too complex, focusing instead on situations that are “just right.” The study described at the URL below […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 13, June 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 13, June 2012 Promote Access to Early, Regular and Comprehensive Screenings The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) has developed a resource to highlight research on the importance of early and […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 12, May 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 12, May 2012 Baby Matters: A Gateway to State Policies and Initiatives Baby Matters is ZERO TO THREE’s searchable database of resource information on state policies and initiatives that impact infants, toddlers […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 11, April 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 11, April 2012 How Are Infants and Toddlers Faring in Your State? A cool resource from Zero to Three can quickly provide information about the status of infants, toddlers, and families in […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 10, March 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 10  March 2012  The Roots of Bilingualism in Newborns A study from Canada found that newborns with bilingual mothers are more likely to prefer the mother’s two languages over others and are […]

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 9, February 2012

Baby Talk: Resources to support the people who work with infants and toddlers Issue No. 9  February 2012   Importance of Physical Play for Motor Development Jeffrey Trawick-Smith’s annotated bibliography of evidence for the benefits of play is organized by age group. Visit From Playpen to Playground—The […]

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