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'Sleep, Sleep, Dear Sleep'

Sleep, sleep, dear sleep. How do I keep my boys (age 3 and 5) asleep at night?

What Friends Are For

Friends offer opportunities for a child to try out different aspects of her developing personality: her likes, dislikes and ways of relating.

The Power of Play

 Play is a child’s work. As he plays, he has a chance to relive his experiences, ask questions about his world and, most of all, act out his dreams.

Learning & Development

Oftentimes, children's play is more than what meets the eye. Read this article for ten great facts about your child and play!

Cooking offers a wonderful way to bring what we learn from books into our daily life.  While cooking we build relationships, engage the senses and develop literacy skills. 

When you sing to your baby she learns listening skills, new words, and so much more. Here are 10 ways babies learn when we sing to them.

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.