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There is Not a Lion: Managing Social Isolation While Caring for Children This article is from Marie Masterson, Ph.D., Director of Quality Assessment at the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership. Document
Tips for Video Chatting with Young Children – Staying Connected While Far Apart "Do you wonder how to help your young child and his loved ones stay in touch when they are far apart? Children as young as 8 months old respond very well to interactions with people via video chat platforms. Research shows that interactive responsive experiences in real time via video chat enhance even very young children’s language learning." Here are some helpful tips from NAEYC. Document
Tips to Keep Kids Warm All Winter "Whether winter brings severe storms, light dustings or just cold temperatures, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some valuable tips on how to keep your children safe and warm." Website
To Prevent Bullying, Focus on Early Childhood To prevent bullying before it starts, we need to focus on how bullying behaviors develop--for those engaging in bullying behaviors and those being targeted--starting in early childhood. Child Trends recently conducted a literature review and convened an expert roundtable, which NAEYC took part in, to document current understandings of the roots of bullying in early childhood. We identified key contextual factors linked to bullying behaviors, promising, and evidence-based programs that help address emerging behavior and the need for further research. Document
Toddlers and Challenging Behavior: Why They Do It and How to Respond This ZERO TO THREE article explores the meaning behind challenging behaviors and how parents and caregivers can set age-appropriate limits for their toddlers. Document
Toddlers and Preschool Children: Essentials for Working with Toddlers and Preschoolers This online resource from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provides information to help family members and caregivers interact positively with children.  Website
Toddlers' screen time linked to slower speech development, study finds A recent study found that children who spent more time with hand-held screens were more likely to exhibit a delay in expressive speech. Document
Top 5: Mealtime Tips for a Healthy Start Many of us adults are concerned with trying to fuel our bodies with the right foods—in the right amounts. Did you know that parents can help children develop these healthy eating habits beginning in the first months of life? This article from Zero to Three will show you how. Website
Top Funny Books for Babies and Toddlers Red Tricycle encourages us to “gather around and check out this collection of funny books that keep babies and toddlers in stitches.” Website
Tracking Services for Infants, Toddlers and their Families To help you in your advocacy for infants and toddlers, this chart summarizes the primary federal programs currently focused on very young children and the roles of federal, state and local governments in those programs. Document