Toddling Toward Reading <- your first lab link
1. What are some of the activities that parents or caregivers can do to help
prepare children to learn to read?
Developing vocabulary, making literacy part of routine, communicating
Roots of Reading <- your first lab link
1. What are some of the ways that Mira's parents are helping to prepare
her to read?
A way to help prepare Mira to read is reading a childs book aloud
while she looks at the pictures.
2. When does
1. What are some things that caregivers can do to encourage children to
develop healthy eating patterns?
a. Things that caregivers can do to encourage children to develop
healthy eating patterns is to offer different kind of healthy food
Adora Svitak: What Adults Can Learn From Kids <- your first lab link
1. What are some of the things that adults can learn from kids?
Children have good ideas too and adults can learn from those ideas.
2. What might be some of the benefit
1. Before beginning the video, when do you think learning begin? Why?
a. I think we begin to learn when we are born.
2. What do fetuses learn in relation to sound before they are born?
a. They recognize the sound when they are already bo
1. What are some of the risk factors for child maltreatment?
a. Some of the risk factors are psychological well-being and
intellectual level of the adult, attitudes toward children and childrearing practices and family beliefs about chil
Rita F. Pierson: Every Kid Needs a Champion <- your first lab link
1. How is human connection important to children?
a. It is important because no significant learning can occur without
a significant relationship
2. Pierson makes the arg
Patricia Kuhl: The Linguistic Genius of Babies <- your first lab link
1. What does Kuhl mean when she says that language has a "critical
a. Its the period when a child can best learn a language.
2. What have researchers learned
Stuart Brown: Play is More than just Fun <- your first lab link
1. What are the differences in the two images that Brown shows at the
beginning of his talk?
a. In one picture there are a lot of people playing with each other. In
Helicopter Parenting <- your first lab link
1. What is helicopter parenting?
a. It is a parent who pays extreme close attention to a childs
experience and problems.
2. The video discusses one type of helicopter parenting that involves