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Schricker Main Library P 372.46 BAB (Text) 30032001763090 PARENT AND TEACHER RESOURCES Available -

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  • ISBN: 798576401160
  • Physical Description: 1 videodiscs Color, 50 min.
  • Publisher: Maple Grove, Minn. Talking Child 2004.

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Summary, etc.: Created by speech pathologists to engage young children with toys and music while introducing age-appropriate speech and language concepts, facial expressions, and sign language. At around six months of age, babies begin to say sounds with their mouths partially closed. These sounds are called consonants and the first consonants that most babies say are p, b and m. Introduces over 100 first words with these early.
Subject: Nonverbal communication in children.
Interpersonal communication in children.
Infants -- Language.
phonetics

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