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23 Incredibly Helpful Diagrams For Moms-To-Be

Child development

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Language Basics: How Many Words

If you have ever wondered about your toddler's language development, this is a must read post! Discusses why simply counting your child's words is not a reliable indicator of how your child's communication development is progressing.

Should you tell your child s/he is gifted? Parents often wonder if they should tell their child that he or she is gifted. Some may feel that if they pass this information along it will inflate their ego or it may confuse them. Even educators do not agree on whether or not this information should be discussed with the child. However, there is considerable evidence that discussing a child’s giftedness with him or her is beneficial to the child and significantly helpful to their development.

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Small Worlds in the Water Table

10 Creative Small Worlds in the Water Table...great sensory exploration and pretend play

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Pretend Play Toy Store

Pretend Play Toy Store - Melissa & Doug puzzles, shopping cart, play food and doll all in one fun #baby toy #baby product #kid toy|

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How Many Words Should A Child Know?

How many words should a child know? I'm not a future SLP like the person I repinned this from, but as an ESL instructor, it's still a fascinating chart. The amount of dormant vocabulary even in native speakers is massive.

Infographic: Child Brain Development


Beauty Salon Pretend Play

Hair and Beauty Salon Pretend Play

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Invitation to Play: Fall Forest

This simple invitation to play using loose parts is the perfect way to welcome fall temperatures. Great for pretend play, fine motor, language development, and learning about the seasons,

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Child Language Development for Every Age

COMMUNICATION DISORDER - Fun games to play with kids to help develop their language skills! Games range from Pre-K up to 8th grade! Game example: Grammar Gumball for K through 3rd!

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5 Parenting Strategies to Develop a Growth Mindset

5 things you can do to help your child develop a growth mindset.