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More Than Baby Talk

Nicole Gardner-Neblett and Kathleen Cranley Gallagher
November 2013

Created by the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, this guide describes 10 practices that early childhood educators can use to support the development of language and communication skills of infants and toddlers. Developed as part of a large infant-toddler study, the publication is an excellent “quick” way to help teachers use their moments with young children to support language development/pre-reading.