Why you need to talk, talk, talk to young children

 

By Brandman University, an ACSA Partner4Purpose


Experts, including faculty members from the Brandman University Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Psychology programs, share advice for communication with young children, and discuss the importance of learning language, which starts at birth.

 


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