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Do you have a little one or two or more that are near and dear to you? Why not celebrate them during the Week of the Young Child, April 12-18!
Join us by pledging to take 20 minutes every day to read with a child. Just 20 minutes makes young brains grow strong and ready to read.
Are you raising a bilingual child? October is Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month and I'm excited to have a month especially for our children… More
To kids, play equals fun! For adults, play is an important part of a child's development, including important skills that will help when it's t… More
Just as babies babble before they can speak, young children can scribble and draw before they can write. Scribbling, drawing and writing are al… More
Reading with your child is a way to spend quality time together and a way to learn subjects your child is interested in. It's also great fun to… More
Talking to children is so much fun! Even the most every day things can be fascinating to a child. Listening to excited, curious children talk a… More
Practice your early literacy skills for the this summer as you sing along to these howling good reads.
Why am I here? Will I ever see my parents again? What's a caseworker? These are all questions that foster kids ask. Some foster ch… More
Share a book with a child and give them the key to reading, learning and discovering, and the joy of being a lifelong reader. We s… More