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Phonological Awareness

Songs can be slower and more melodic than everyday speech. Rhythms help children hear the syllables in words. Plus, singing songs is a great bonding activity to do with kids and it’s always fun to learn a new tune or two.

This post is part of the ARISE kindergarten preparedness strategic action team initiative. Find out more about this month’s theme at http://arisepartnership.org/kprep.  #ARISEKPrep

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Words Count!

Read. Talk. Sing. Play. WORDS COUNT when it comes to a young child’s rapidly screen-shot-2016-11-18-at-10-07-17-amdeveloping brain.

The quantity of words is important. Equally important is the quality of those words! Read on for some good ideas to make your WORDS COUNT every day.

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Science, Babies, and Families – a Winning Combination

You’ve probably heard people say babies are like blank slates, just waiting to be filled up with knowledge. I thought that, too, until our first baby was born. It became pretty obvious quite soon that this tiny creature was already making a big impact on her world. We were at her beck and call – meeting her needs when she let us know she was hungry, wet, tired, or ready for cuddles and playful Learn More »