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Maybe it’s a snow day. Maybe rain. Or, maybe you just need someplace new to take your child that doesn’t involve waterslides, bouncy houses or pizza! There are plenty of excellent — and (many) free — art classes for children across the country.
How can parents choose toys that not only are fun, but also help a child learn? The American Academy of Pediatrics published a report title “Selecting Appropriate Toys for Young Children in the Digital Era.”
Last month, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued a policy statement calling for a ban on physical discipline for children. Here are seven of the most effective discipline approaches.
How does Girl Scouts of America start shaping young girls into strong, successful adults? As CEO Sylvia Acevedo describes, it begins with early education.
Beyond the science that explains the connection between child brain development and motivation, parents, caregivers and practitioners can take specific actions to help the process.
How can parents turn every day moments with their children – bath time, meal-time, even trips to the laundromat – into learning moments for their kids? Patti Miller, CEO of Too Small to Fail, explains.
Dozens of grown-ups crowded into a Memphis early childhood center to celebrate a new partner in educating the city’s youngest learners: Elmo and Sesame Street.
Video: “Expanding access to high quality early childhood education is among the most important things we can do for our children.”