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 Companies Use New Ways to Get Children to Eat Their Veggies
How Teachers Can Help 'Quiet Kids' Tap Their Superpowers
New Recommendations on Shut-Eye for Children
Many Child Caregivers Among Lowest-Paid Workers in Country
How Much Screen Time Is Too Much For Young Children?
U.S. Lagging Behind Many Nations in Preschool Enrollment
How A House Can Shape a Child's Future

Jul 15, 2016

How A House Can Shape a Child's Future

The Atlantic

Federal Funding for Early Learning Needs a Boost

Jul 14, 2016

Federal Funding for Early Learning Needs a Boost

Student Media at FIU

Telling a Child to Stop a Tantrum Is Not Good Parenting
Dutch Children Seen as Happiest in the World, UNICEF Says
Deciphering the ‘Coded’ Message Behind a Child’s Behaviors
Report: Universal Pre-K Key to Reducing Achievement Gap
Low-Cost Health Coverage Available to More Florida Children
Want Your Child to Enjoy Reading? Set an Example
Parent’s Mental Health Affects Child’s Well-Being
Parents Need Stress Relief on Child’s First Day of School
Adopting Good Habits Can Turn Your Kids into Lifelong Readers
‘Smart’ Summer Activities Can Keep Children Sharp
Tips to Handle ‘Terrible Two’s Tantrum Incidents
Parents Urged To 'Talk, Read, Sing' To Children

Jul 7, 2016

Parents Urged To 'Talk, Read, Sing' To Children

Napa Valley Register