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Looking for tips on reading to your infant or toddler? Here's a few: 🔸 Talk or sing about the pictures 🔸 Let children turn the pages 🔸 Show children the words with your finger 🔸 Talk about the cover page #marchisreadingmonth #ReadAloud

March 25, 2019
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Take a closer look at how 'Music Therapists' are making an impact on this baby's development. Watch as little Billy here, enjoys the 'vibration' from the guitar while he works on his motor movements - quite amazing! 🎸🎶 Post shared via CODA Music Therapy Services, LLC

March 22, 2019
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Did you know? The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends keeping all screens off around babies and toddlers younger than 18 months. They say a little screen time can be okay for older toddlers, and children 2 and older should get no more than an hour of screen time per day. Photo shared via Genius of Play

March 22, 2019
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"We can think of ourselves not as teachers but as gardeners. A gardener does not 'grow' flowers; he tries to give them what he thinks they need and they grow by themselves." - John Holt As shared via Early Childhood Inspirations & Not Before 7: Homeschool Tips from a Nightowl

March 21, 2019
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Today we're extra thankful for the hard work the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council has put in to advocate tirelessly for the inclusion of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Aimed at building inclusive communities, check out their video to kick off their campaign! #DDAwareness19 #includemetoo Won't you please share? 👫👭👬

March 21, 2019

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