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Use “Thinking and Feeling Words” to Build Your Child's Communication Skills

While children’s first words tend to be about concrete things like objects and actions, they soon go on to learn more abstract language about thoughts and feelings. Find out why this kind of language is so important for both social and academic success, and what you can do to promote it during your daily interactions with your child.

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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Scaredy Squirrel book cover

As children enter school, they will encounter more sophisticated vocabulary. In this Book Nook, we share some helpful tips for how you can introduce rare vocabulary words and build children's understanding of them.

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