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Matching Game Module 1, Session 1

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Title of the document for this course Massachusetts Early Learning Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers B
Age ranges for infants Birth to fifteen months
Age ranges for toddlers Twelve to 33/36 months
Developmental domains covered Social-Emotional, Language and Communication, Cognitive, Physical Health and Well-Being, and Approaches to Learning
Number of Guiding Principles Eight
Purpose of the Guidelines …to provide a comprehensive view of the development of infants and toddlers while documenting the experiences that support this development
The Structure of the Guidelines Divided into four main sections: Early Learning Guidelines for Infants, Early Learning Guidelines for Toddlers, Identification of specific EEC regulations and technical assistance, and glossary and bibliography/resource list
Alignment with Preschool Early Learning Experiences The ELG for Infants and Toddlers are the foundation for all guidelines and these align with the Preschool Guidelines showing the continuum of development. Both help educators and parents understand and track children’s progress.
Use of Beyond the Basics: Best Practices This section examines regulations and the rationale behind the regulations. These meet or exceed regulations and are research based demonstrating practices to support growth and development
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