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TMW Tip: The power of positive words

  • Sep 26, 2016
  • Shannon Nickinson
Teacher reading a book to three children Teacher reading a book to three children

It's not just the number of words that a young child hears that matter.

It's the way those words are said and the meaning behind them.

How can you help bridge the achievement gap as outlined by research like that done at the University of Chicago by Dr. Dana Suskind and her team at the Thirty Million Words Initiative?

Try this.

For more advice, check out TMW Tips: Building Your Baby's Brain, linked here.


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