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CGirl

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By asking families about their traditions, routines, values, and hopes for their children. Speak to the child in the family's language, offer to learn how to make food in their cuisine, take time to understand their culture. Take note of special talents and abilities of each child and share with their parents/guardian. For example, I would try to speak with a child in Spanish if she speaks to me in Spanish. Specifically, one needs to respect a families values, beliefs, and hopes for the future, especially their traditional language and culture.
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when you ask families about traditions, routines and hopes for their children. Speak and learn to speak in their language.learn how to make their cuissine take time to understand their cultures.if a child speaks in italian, try to respond in their language.One needs to respect famly values, beliefs and hopes for the future especially traditions.
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jakeyescas

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Develop a personal relationship with each child's family that you encounter at the child care facility. Asking the parents about their child's temperament, learning needs, and making parents feel like equals. Remembering that the parent is the child's first teacher and imparting that belief by always having a dialogue with their parents.
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