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Making Connections (Alabama)

Making Connections: Using the Alabama Early Learning and Development Standards and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the Alabama Early Learning and Development Standards and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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Making Connections (Connecticut)

Making Connections: Using the Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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Making Connections (Illinois)

Making Connections: Using the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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Making Connections (Maryland)

Making Connections: Using the Maryland Early Learning Standards and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the Maryland Early Learning Standards and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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Making Connections (Minnesota)

Making Connections: Using the Early Childhood Indicators of Progress: Minnesota’s Early Learning Standards and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the Early Childhood Indicators of Progress: Minnesota’s Early Learning Standards and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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Making Connections (New Mexico)

Making Connections: Using the New Mexico Early Learning Guidelines and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the New Mexico Early Learning Guidelines and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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Making Connections (Wisconsin)

Making Connections: Using the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards and WIDA Early Years Resources to Plan Instruction for Young Multilingual Children is a comprehensive resource that offers suggestions, tools, and sample plans for teachers who use the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards and WIDA Early Years resources to plan equitable learning opportunities for young multilingual children.

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The Connection: Michigan Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Prekindergarten and the WIDA Early English Language Development Standards

Young multilingual children learn and develop language across all domains of learning in standards-based curricula. The WIDA Early English Language Development Standards help support the unique language needs of multilingual children, ages 2.5-5.5 years, and should be used in conjunction with early learning standards to provide linguistically appropriate care, instruction and assessment.​​

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