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When the praise is vague and indiscriminate, your toddler may tune out. Tossing out "Great job!" for every little thing your child does—from finishing his milk to drawing a picture—becomes meaningless. Instead, praise the behavior rather than the child: "You were so quiet with your puzzle while I was finishing that paperwork, just like I asked." What do you think? Give it a try today!

August 22, 2017
Early On Michigan

Touch it, feel it, grab it, squeeze it...READ IT!

August 22, 2017
Early On Michigan

"Separation anxiety can happen almost overnight, which makes it shocking to parents," says Sara Abbot, associate director of the Family Resource Counseling Center in Los Angeles.Fortunately, there's plenty you can do to minimize your child's angst, as well as your own, along the way. Read more here:

August 21, 2017
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Do you remember how you heard or shared a baby reveal??? 🐣🐤🐥🦆🐣🐤🐥

August 19, 2017
Early On Michigan

“Luis, do you see how Andi is holding her hands up to cover her face? She doesn’t like it when you throw the ball so hard. I know you can throw it softer so she will want to keep playing catch with you.” Teaching your child about non-verbal communication will enhance their overall mastery of language skills. Check out this resource to help your child make better language connections: As shared with us via Early Learning - Everyone Benefits ~

August 18, 2017

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