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Teaching Grit and Self-Control May Be as Important as Math and Grammar
Early Sleep Schedule May Be More Important Than You Think
Mother Facing Native Tongue vs. Spanglish Dilemma

May 17, 2016

Mother Facing Native Tongue vs. Spanglish Dilemma

The Washington Post

Florida Lagging Far Behind in Quality Pre-K Programs

May 17, 2016

Florida Lagging Far Behind in Quality Pre-K Programs

The Washington Post

Recognizing ADHD Symptoms in Children Can Make a Difference
Too Much Screen Time Can Have Long-Term Consequences
Toy Play Can Continue a Child’s Learning Process This Summer
Summertime Free Play Teaches Child a Valuable Lesson
Talking To Children About Skeeters And The Zika Virus

May 13, 2016

Talking To Children About Skeeters And The Zika Virus

CDC and Florida Health

Teaching Teachers How To Teach Reading Better
The State of Preschool 2015

May 12, 2016

The State of Preschool 2015

National Institute for Early Education Research

Bad Parenting Habits Often Passed From One Generation To Next
Music Training Hits High Note With Child Brain Development
Reading To Young Children Every Day Pays Off

May 11, 2016

Reading To Young Children Every Day Pays Off

The Washington Post

Parents Want Children To Have More Lego Moments In School
'Toxic' Stress Threatens a Child's Well-Being

May 10, 2016

'Toxic' Stress Threatens a Child's Well-Being

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Meditation Gives Students a Boost in School

May 10, 2016

Meditation Gives Students a Boost in School

The New York Times

A Unique Mother’s Day Gift

May 9, 2016

A Unique Mother’s Day Gift

The Ledger

Explaining Death To a Preschooler

May 5, 2016

Explaining Death To a Preschooler

The Washington Post

Making Hospital Stays Less Scary For Children