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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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Incorporating Pretend with

There's an Alligator Under My Bed

Big Guy Took my Ball book cover

One way to deepen your child’s understanding of a story is to bring it to life using pretend. In this Book Nook, you can learn how acting out the story of There's an Alligator Under My Bed will help your child think about the sequence of events, characters’ personalities, and their motivation.

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