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Fathers as a Resource in Early Child Care Settings
Fathers—and men—are an important part of a child’s world. Fathers interact with children differently than mothers. They tend to engage in more physically stimulating…Read More
Tips on Playing with Babies and Toddlers
Try these tips the next time you play with your child and watch how even the simplest interactions encourage them to learn and explore the world around them. Playtime…Read More
Help Your Child Become a Great Problem Solver
Preschoolers who can solve their own problems feel confident and enjoy learning. They are willing to make mistakes and learn from them and keep trying until they…Read More
Building Social and Emotional Skills at Home
School classrooms are busy places where young children learn all sorts of things, including social and emotional skills such as how to express feelings and how to work…Read More
“I Helped Mama Too!” Cooking With a Tiny Helper
My 2-year-old loves to cook. In her classroom she is the first one to volunteer for a cooking activity asking, “Can I help you?” At home she enjoys looking at cookbooks…Read More