Nurturing Very Young Children Who Experience More Than One Language

“Whether children will eventually speak one language, two languages, or more, their earliest lessons take place in the universal language of human interaction” (Pearson & Mangione, 2006, p. 32). Based on the essay “Nurturing Very Young Children Who Experience More Than One Language” in Concepts for Care, identify at least three practices that support the language development of all children. Then, identify and explain three additional considerations that may require attention for children who experience more than one language.