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Feeding a Toddler

For a toddler, food can be a means for play and making independent decisions. Here are some attitudes and strategies to use at meal time to guide your child.

When a Firstborn Meets the New Baby

It's not always easy for a firstborn child to adapt to having a new baby sibling in the house. As a parent, you can help ease your firstborn into the new adjustment.

A 5-Year-Old With Troubled Sleep

Quality of sleep is extremely important for young children, even when they are getting the appropriate amount of sleep.

Learning & Development

Your child comes home every day with stories to tell and questions to ask.  Here are some tips for sharing meaningful conversations to support his learning.

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

Family walks provide wonderful opportunities to explore the mysteries of light and shadows. Your child can learn how to make shadows bigger and smaller and observe how shadows move. 

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.