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4 Books That Inspire Algebraic Thinking in Young Children "When someone says something like algebra begins in pre-kindergarten (or before), immediately others may begin to question their sanity. But the foundations of algebraic thinking do begin with core concepts that take shape early, such as comparing and ordering objects or patterns and the rules they are governed by." Check out this great resource from the Erikson Institute Early Math Collaborative. Website
4 Million Kids in Early Care and Education Settings Will Soon Get Healthier Foods New standards will improve nutrition; providers can maximize benefits by adopting best practices   Document
4 Sensory Snow Activities to Try It's important to opportunities for young children to discover the environment around them and getting outside is important for everyone’s health. One of the best ways to do this is through sensory activities that combine playful fun and constructive learning.  Website
40 Winter Activities for Toddlers 40 fun, winter-themed crafts and activities for toddlers! Website
5 Music and Movement Activities for Babies and Toddlers Read, Talk, Sing! Music is a part of family life in every culture. Simple lullabies have been sung to babies since the beginning of time. Health Partners Pediatrician, Elizabeth J. Placzek, explains that singing a familiar song can help form a special bond between parent and child. Website
5 Myths About Young Children and Screen Media Debunking common myths about the impact of screen use on babies and toddlers Website
5 Secrets to a Smarter Baby: School Readiness Can Start Now "As parents, we all want happy, healthy babies. Not only that, we want them to be smart. Growing research in early brain development shows there are some basic things you can do right now to start raising a child who is curious about the world and ready to learn. These early education activities we're talking about are simple―and screen free!" Here is a helpful article from the American Academy of Pediatrics at healthychildren.org.   Website
5 Steps for Brain-Building Serve and Return Child-adult relationships that are responsive and attentive--with lots of back and forth interactions--build a strong foundation in a child's brain for all future learning and development. This is called "serve and return," and it takes two to play! Follow these 5 steps to practice serve and return with your child. Website
5 Things to Know About the Opioid Epidemic and Its Effect on Children A drastic increase in the abuse of prescription opioids has gained national attention on multiple fronts for many reasons, including the impact of opioid abuse on young children. This June 2017 infographic summarizes key facts and provides links to additional information, models, and resources.     Website
5 Tips for Baby Conversations Why should you talk to a baby? Because young children need to hear language in order to learn it. This article highlights evidence-based practices for supporting speech, language, and vocabulary development in very young children. Website