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Principles of Child Rearing: Talking so Young Children Understand.
  • Karin Bartoszuk, East Tennessee State University
People who are good at talking to young children are sensitive to children’s developing language abilities. They are aware that young children are new at understanding language, so that talking to toddlers and preschoolers is different from talking to older children and adults.
  • parenting,
  • communication,
  • child rearing,
  • family,
  • children,
  • counseling,
  • psychology,
  • understand
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This publication have been adapted for use with a Native American population with permission from Auburn University, and will be used for  parenting classes for the Building Connections Program on Standing Rock Reservation.

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Bartoszuk, K. (2003). Principles of Child Rearing: Talking so young children understand.
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