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Websites and Documents

Language Development:
Parenting Counts' website provides photos and information on milestones birth to five-years-old organized by physical, social, learning and communication categories. This link takes you directly to the "Developmental Timeline" section of the website.

From the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Provides useful information on language and speech development for children from birth to age five.


Bilingual Language Development:

Article from "Encyclopedia of Language and Literacy Development", a product of the University of Western Ontario (CA).


From the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (UK). A basic guide for teachers. 


Behavior Has Meaning

Early Language and the Brain: Smart Talk

From The Economist

Bilingual Language Development and Disorders

From the University of Arizona's Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Department. Targeted to parents, but useful for ECE teachers and caregivers.

Language for Learning: Infants and Toddlers

From the North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project, an organization that trains child care facility raters, working with the North Carolina Division of Child Development. (Not captioned).

Examples of Language Mixing


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