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The Connection: Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Early Language Guidelines

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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The Connection: Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards 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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The Connection: Delaware's Early Learning Foundations

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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The Connection: Early Childhood Indicators of Progress – Minnesota's Early Learning Standards 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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The Connection: Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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The Connection: Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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The Connection: Indiana Early Learning Foundations

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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The Connection: Maryland Early Learning Standards 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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The Connection: Massachusetts Guidelines for Preschool Learning Experiences

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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The Connection: Nevada's Pre-Kindergarten Standards

The WIDA Early English Language Development (E-ELD) Standards were specifically developed to help support the unique language needs of DLLs, ages 2.5–5.5 years, who are in the process of learning more than one language prior to Kindergarten entry. Because language learning occurs across all areas of standards-based curricula, it is critical that ECE programs use language standards in conjunction with ELS when supporting, instructing, and assessing DLLs.

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