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May 26, 2017

Little children think about time one thing at a time and one day at a time.  We can help them begin to understand longer amounts of time by telling them what comes next.  When Carter had his first birthday cake in October, Clara wanted to know when her birthday would b...

May 19, 2017

Even my five-year-old Clara doesn’t understand time very well. She does know that after dinner is time to brush her teeth, and after that she puts on her pajamas, and after that we read a story, and after that she goes to bed. She likes it when she gets ready for bed i...

May 12, 2017

“Are the blocks in the box?” Why would I ask a 2-year-old a question when I already know the answer? Because I want to find out if the child has the vocabulary for what she sees.  It’s a way of testing a child’s vocabulary. But it is no fair asking a child a question i...

May 7, 2017

Talking to a toddler can feel super awkward.  Long waits as my grandchildren try to respond to my questions are hard for me, but learning how each one of them thinks is a fascinating way to start my life with them. It helps to start listening before our babies know how...

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