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A child’s path to school readiness begins

True or False. Young children learn best from face-to-face interactions with other people.

Which of the following features of back-and-forth interactions support infant’s learning?

________________ is the support adult provide to help children process information and move beyond what they would be able to do on their own.

True or False. Strong supportive relationships can buffer the stress a child feels when a caregiver is unable to immediately respond to their needs.

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  • Back-and-forth or contingent interactions
    exchanges in which a caregiver times her responses to a child’s behavior
    observing then reproducing, or copying, a behavior
    Infant-directed speech
    a special tone and style of speech used to talk to young children. It’s also called parentese.
    the support a caregiver provides a child to help her achieve more than she would be able to accomplish on her own