Mister Rogers movie is a reminder of what young children need
“One word, ‘connection,’ captures what is happening inside and what is needed from the outside for a young child’s brain.” Read our…
Information and inspiration for parents and caregivers of babies, toddlers and preschoolers
If you plan to be around fireworks this 4th of July, make sure to follow these tips to keep your kids as safe as possible.
For busy parents, a routine trip to the grocery store can be a challenge. Make things less stressful and more positive for you and your little one.
New research shows that reading a story book with pictures sparks more brain activity in kids than watching a cartoon or reading a book without pictures.
Being ready for school is about developing the foundations for language, social skills, persistence, curiosity and more. And it starts from birth.
Check out the video highlights! Play is one of the best things you can do to support your child’s development and learning.
From the parent of an almost-first grader, here are some things to check out ahead of time, before your child’s big day.
The first day of kindergarten is a big step for young kids. Families can use the summer to help make the transition to kindergarten easier.
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