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  1. 1. Building Baby’s Brain: How Meaningful Experiences PromoteLanguage and Literacy Development Photo credit: Rubber Ball Presented by Nikki Darling-Kuria
  2. 2. Objectives • Provide an overview of brain development. • Review the 5 R’s of brain development. • Discuss the effects of early relationships on brain development. • Discuss the importance of meaningful experiences in early language and literacy. 2Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  3. 3. Ground Rules • Going out on a limb • Everyone is right, but only partially • What’s said here stays here • Do what you need to do-we’re adults • Silence background noises • Remain actively engaged and present 3Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  4. 4. Building Baby’s Brain…What Do We Know? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 4Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  5. 5. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: Brain development begins at birth. Answer? Photo credit: Rubber Ball 5Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  6. 6. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: Babies are born with the ability to learn all the languages in the world. Answer? Photo credit: Rubber Ball 6Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  7. 7. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: Reading to newborn infants is the best way to help them learn to read. Answer? Photo credit: Rubber Ball 7Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  8. 8. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: Using flashcards with infants helps them get ready to succeed in school. Answer? Photo credit: Rubber Ball 8Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  9. 9. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: Boys and girls brain’s develop exactly the same. Answer? Photo credit: Rubber Ball 9Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  10. 10. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: The brain stops learning after age 5. Answer? Photo credit: Rubber Ball 10Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  11. 11. Building Baby’s Brain: True or False Question: There are window’s of opportunity and if we don’t learn something during that window, the chance is lost forever. Photo credit: Rubber Ball Answer? 11Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  12. 12. Key Ideas About Brain Development 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 12Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  13. 13. Effects of Relationships on Brain Development Exposure to negative experiences influences the brain’s development. Photo credit: Rubber Ball 13Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  14. 14. Effects of Relationships on Brain Development Babies and toddlers thrive when someone adores them, pays attention to them, and figures out and responds to what they are communicating. Photo credit: Rubber Ball 14Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  15. 15. The 5 R’s of Healthy Brain Development • Relationships • Responsive Interactions • Respect • Routines Photo credit: Rubber Ball • Repetition 15Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  16. 16. Building the 5 R’s to Support Healthy Development Strategies Parents and Professionals The R Strategies to Use With Parents Can Use with Young Children • Listen attentively. • Try to understand the meaning Relationships of behavior. • Comment on what the parent is doing well. • Show your delight in the child. • Seek to understand the • Have fun together. parents’ perspective. • Use words and actions to show your understanding of the child’s feelings. 16Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  17. 17. Building the 5 R’s to Support Healthy Development Strategies Parents and Professionals The R Strategies to Use With Parents Can Use with Young Children Responsive • Ask the parent how you can • When a baby cries or a toddler Interactions help him/her. tantrums try to discover what might help – feeding, holding, • Share in parent’s soothing, singing, or letting the excitement. child have a minute to self-soothe • Empathize with parents’ are some options to try out. concerns. • Show your interest and delight in • Offer referrals for services what the child is doing. the parent is interested in • Meet the child’s needs for that your organization does feeding, rest, sleeping, diapering not provide. and play. 17Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  18. 18. Building the 5 R’s to Support Healthy Development Strategies Parents and The R Strategies to Use With Parents Professionals Can Use with Young Children • Invite parents to share their • Make eye contact with children. Respect interests, hopes, goals and • Sit or squat at their level when values with you. playing and speaking with them. • Include parents in developing • Follow a child’s preferences. service plans for themselves and their families. They will let you know which foods they prefer, when they are • Ask parents to share with you full and which toys they like to what they know about their play with. children. • Offer a small number of toys • Find out about any family or that are matched to the child’s cultural celebrations that are interests and abilities. important to the parent. 18Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  19. 19. Building the 5 R’s to Support Healthy Development Strategies Parents and Professionals The R Strategies to Use With Parents Can Use with Young Children Routines • Ask the parent to describe a • Establish routines for waking, typical day for themselves diapering/toileting, feeding, bathing, and their child. playtime, naptime and bedtime. • Ask the parent to show you • While providing routine care, laugh, how he/she carries out play, talk, and sing. Pleasurable caregiving routines such as interactions during caregiving diapering, feeding, bathing, routines helps build other R’s such nap and bedtime. as relationships, respect and responsive interactions. • Help the parent establish daily routines if such assistance is needed. • Be predictable in keeping appointments and following up on plans. 19Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  20. 20. Building the 5 R’s to Support Healthy Development Strategies Parents and Professionals The R Strategies to Use With Parents Can Use with Young Children Repetition • Learning takes place over • Repeat the same words, songs, time. If you are introducing and stories to help babies learn. new ideas or skills, be • Provide repeated opportunities to prepared to repeat them. practice the same skills • Give parents time to repeat • Depending on the child’s new behaviors. It can take months for new behaviors to developmental abilities, replace old ones and become encourage repeated attempts to natural. do things like smile, reach, make sounds, talk, roll over, stand, walk, pick up small objects and play with toys. 20Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  21. 21. Meaningful Experiences Build Language Children learn with their social context and their nurturing connections with parents and consistent caregivers. Creating meaningful experiences establishes the Photo credit: Rubber Ball foundation from which concrete learning emerges. 21Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  22. 22. Creating Meaningful Experiences Photo credit: Rubber Ball 22Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  23. 23. Meaningful Experiences Build Language Photo credit: Rubber Ball 23Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  24. 24. Learning Within Social Context Helping children develop complex language skills is one of the most meaningful ways of passing on cultural and family beliefs and practices from one generation to the next. Photo credit: Rubber Ball 24Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  25. 25. Developing Language and Literacy Skills For Life Receptive and expressive language skills children develop are dependent upon the exposure they’ve had to spoken language since birth. Photo credit: Rubber Ball 25Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE
  26. 26. QUESTIONS? 26Copyright © 2011 by ZERO TO THREE

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