Encouraging young kids to consider the needs and feelings of others
FTF encourages parents to start planting the seeds of service early with toddlers and preschoolers by involving them in family volunteering.
Information and inspiration for parents and caregivers of babies, toddlers and preschoolers
Many parents cite positive research that says a second language aids brain development as a reason to raise a bilingual child.
To encourage imaginative play at home, parents and caregivers only have to look around the house to keep little ones entertained and learning.
This Halloween, the best bet for avoiding tooth decay is to keep little ones on a set oral health routine.
Playing with scarves is fun, easy, and you can do it almost anywhere. Plus, it’s a great way to enhance a child’s development.
Governor Doug Ducey has proclaimed October as Safe Sleep Awareness Month in Arizona, which aims to educate families with babies about safe sleep practices.
Grandparents can play a very important role in the lives of families with young children. Free child care is often at the top of that list, but the benefits…
Having back-and-forth conversations with your baby, even before they can use words, helps them learn and develop language. It’s easy and fun to do.
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