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Child Development

Teachers sometimes hear fathers express a desire to participate and become more involved in their child's preschool or child care program. Here are a few tips to get started.

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

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Parents and caregivers can take part in helping children learn and acquire the language skills they will need to communicate clearly.

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

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Curiosity, problem solving, and persistence are just a few approaches to learning that children develop through play.

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Why is Ella playing with the wrapping paper and box instead of the present? The answer lies in her development.  

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Working as a team with your child care professionals provides the best support for your child to survive a traumatic situation, build resilience, and thrive.

 
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Here are ten tips used in the classroom to help infants and toddlers become pro-social that families can also try at home.

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It isn’t about endless hours of time—it’s about how you choose to spend that time that truly matters.

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Many simple, everyday routines are excellent opportunities for developing your child’s emergent literacy skills.

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