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Although it's sometimes difficult...it's important to celebrate a little one's attempt to do something before we correct their technique!! As shared with us by Sprouts Child Development Initiative

March 28, 2017
Early On Michigan

Once you learn about behavioral schema, you may never look at your child's play the same way. Curious? Read more here: http://bit.ly/2nrQF7I As shared by Flights of Whimsy, Tinkergarten & Early Childhood Inspirations ~

March 27, 2017
Early On Michigan

"Independent play is critical for a baby’s developing brain. It teaches babies to entertain themselves, strengthens reasoning and motor skills, and helps them figure out how to solve problems and understand cause and effect. Independent play also gives parents a well-deserved break." Here's what independent play should look like starting at 12 months of age: http://bit.ly/2n7dk62

March 27, 2017
Early On Michigan

Peekaboo gives babies what they want more than anything: adult attention. It allows them to learn about the most confusing and compelling mystery in their world: other people. Read more about the evidence found by psychologist Nadija Reissland at the Durham University, regarding feotal facial expressions and what they mean: http://bit.ly/importanceofthepeek

March 24, 2017
Early On Michigan

Understanding about the common skin problems that might happen to your baby will help lessen the fear, and help you be prepared and maybe even prevent some of them. Learn more about the 6 common problems that often occur with babies: http://bit.ly/2mu6WrM

March 23, 2017

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