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Your Child: Development and Behavior Resources The University of Michigan Your Child site has a links of information regarding children with special health needs. The site has information regarding heart disease and asthma/lung conditions. The site also contains information on immunizations, injury prevention, nutrition and CPR/First Aid to name a few. Website
Zero to Three The Zero to Three website has many resources for both parents and early childhood professionals alike. Training information is available for professionals. The site has a journal online as well as a bookstore. One of the many articles on the site is regarding Infant Mental Health. Website
ZERO TO THREE'S Let's Play App The Let's Play app was developed by ZERO TO THREE to provide families with fun ideas for keeping babies, toddlers, and preschoolers entertained and learning, especially during daily routines like commuting; doing chores; bedtime, bath time, and mealtime activities; and shopping. The Let?s Play app also includes ?boredom busters? that can be used any time that families are together. Families can search activities by age (0?18 months, 18?36 months, and 3?5 years), tag favorites, and share activities via social media. All of the activities reflect children?s typical skills at each age, and are designed to support development in the context of play and family routines. Download the app at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zero-to-three-lets-play/id807952060?mt=8 Website
‘Intentional’ Teaching Has Big Impact on Preschoolers The instructional practices of preschool teachers may have the largest effect on young children’s social and academic skills, according to a new review of research on several measures of the quality of early childhood education.  Document
‘Sesame Street’ welcomes a Muppet in foster care, the latest addition to its inclusive cast There’s a new face on Sesame Street. Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit behind the show, has welcomed Karli, a Muppet in foster care, as well as her “for-now” parents, Dalia and Clem. All three Muppets appear in videos posted online as part of an initiative to provide free resources to caregivers navigating difficult issues, such as family homelessness, foster care and trauma." Document