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Toddlers engage more with print books than tablets: Study

From: https://abcnews.go.com/Health/toddlers-engage-print-books-tablets/story?id=61935415&fbclid=IwAR0FiUDlkeOY1L9V_G0Q1IAzb_pXK1zIgNCPQNi0DZX-Q3hqTwZ-Cg6pI0g “Once upon a time” may be better read on paper than on a screen. A new study suggests that toddlers interact more with their parents when they read print books compared to electronic versions. The results of the study were published today in the journal Pediatrics. E-books sell well. The number of Americans who read e-books […]

Books Which Encourage Speech & Language Development

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From: booksharetime.com https://booksharetime.com/books written by Cecile a SLP in Australia Dig, Dump, Roll “Crash-a-rumble, smash-a-grumble, what’s at work? Here’s a clue: it will clear the ground for you…” Explore the world of construction transportation through rhythm and rhyme as children use visual and auditory clues to guess which vehicle will make an appearance next. There are bulldozers, […]