SCPITC announces first Demonstration Site

The South Carolina Program for Infant/Toddler Care has selected Cutler Jewish Day School in Columbia, S.C., as its first Demonstration Site. To celebrate the designation and to participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for an expansion at the school, Sen. Joel Lourie, D-Columbia, was the featured speaker at CJDS

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 36, May 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 36, May 2014 Can a DVD Teach a Baby to Read? N-O! DVDs and other media that claim to be able to teach babies to read don’t work, a new study shows.

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 35, April 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 35, April 2014 Babies Use Verbs to Learn New Nouns Babies learning speech figure out what an object is by listening to others talk about what that object does. When babies learn to

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 34, March 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 34, March 2014 Great Resources from ZERO TO THREE Your Child’s Development is a set of nine age-based handouts that includes a “what to expect” chart for each age range, suggestions for supporting

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 33, February 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 33, February 2014 Are Messy Kids Fast Learners? Do you constantly find yourself wiping food off the high chair, the table, the walls, the ceiling, and even the dog after a meal? A

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Baby Talk: Issue No. 32, January 2014

Baby Talk: Resources to Support the People Who Work With Infants and Toddlers Issue No. 32, January 2014 Who’s Good at Math? If a 6-month-old can distinguish between 20 dots and 10 dots, he or she is more likely to be a good at math in preschool.

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