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Teaching Table Manners

Families under stress today need the rituals of mealtimes more than ever to bring them together. 

Children and Parents Learn From Each Other

A child’s behavior is both genetic and learned from modeling on parents. 

The Middle Child

A middle child starts out as the youngest sibling, and was the oldest child’s “baby.” Suddenly, another baby comes along. Everyone is ecstatic, except him.

Learning & Development

With these elements, play provides children with rich experiences, even long after children are grown.

As children listen to poetry, they hear rhythms, sounds, and language patterns important for literacy development. 

Tips for how to keep things fun as you encourage your child to explore math.


Quality Child Care Matters

NAEYC-Accredited Programs

Use these tips to guide you as you look for a quality child care or preschool program for your child.