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Asking Open-Ended Questions Could Help Early Learners Improve Vocabulary

Education World – Nicole Gorman

“It’s nearly universally understood at this point how important early learning is to a child’s future development. A new article from The Sun Sentinel claims that part of early learning should focus heavily on improving young children’s vocabulary skills- by frequently asking them open-ended questions. Veteran early education teacher Stephanie Collao told The Sun Sentinel “that one of the most important things parents can do to bridge any word gap is to engage their toddlers and preschoolers with open-ended questions and the conversations that follow.” According to Collao and many other early education pros, promoting these kinds of activities helps prepare kids for school and beyond- regardless of their families’ economic status.”(more)

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