Promoting Healthy Communication in Early Childhood
Posted on 03.17.2023, Friday

Children can understand language long before they can master speech. It is very important for parents, teachers, and providers to be able to communicate openly and effectively with their children. Open, effective communication benefits not only the children, but everyone a child interacts with. Durham’s Partnership for Children wants to provide you with the resources below so that you can keep up with your child’s (or the children you’re teaching) evolving language development and tips on the importance of using your native language at home.

Talk, Read and Sing Together Every Day!

Space to Grow: Silence Promotes Vocabulary Development

Guiding Children by Using Questions

Communicating with Baby: Tips and Milestones from Birth to Age 5

 Building Social and Emotional Skills at Home

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