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Interaction and communication of children between two and three
Interaction and communication of children between two and three
This chapter will:
  • Look at the typical language development in babies between the ages of two and three years
  • Consider the way in which adult involvement in activities helps and supports toddlers’ language and communication development
  • Explore how adults can encourage early mark making

When discussing the toddler room I am referring to the room in a nursery where those children between the ages of two and three are cared for. There has been a recent growth in the number of two year olds accessing day care as part of the government’s initiative of Early Intervention targeting children from lower socio-economic status (SES) homes. Research has shown that those children from ...

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