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Parents Help Kids with Language

Grade Level PreK, Grades K-6, Specialized Instructional Support Personnel
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Language deficits are common developmental delays. Studies find that about 1 of every 5 children will learn to talk or use words later than others their age. A new study compared toddlers whose parents participated in a language intervention training program to those whose parents did not. The research suggests that parents can promote language development by allowing for pauses in conversations to give children a turn to talk, responding to children's sounds with single words or simple phrases, and reading frequently.

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Roberts_Kaiser_Toddler Language Intervention_2015.pdf

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July 19, 2021
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