Parent Resource

Manners Matter

 

Parents are their child's most important teacher and what you say and what you do will help mold your child's future.  

Often it is through observing others that children learn about basic rules of etiquette. Consequentially, it is important that adults model the behavior that they would like for their child to have. In addition, you can help expand your child's knowledge and understanding by read books together and then talking. 

When children learn the importance of how to act and how to treat others they are provided a gift that will serve them throughout their entire life.

Baby Sign Language

Knowing how to communicate with your infant/toddler reduces stress for both parent and child.  

Parent Resource Books

Baby Sign Language Basics: Early Communication for Hearing Babies and Toddlers Monta Z. Briant.

When is it Time to Start Potty Training?

 
 
 
 
 
Potty training your child is never "easy," but you can make it a lot easier by planning ahead. 
 

Resource Book for Parents: Autism Spectrum Disorder

 
  
 
  
Authors, Simone Griffin and Dianne Sandlerhave created a book which addresses the unique challenges that children with communication difficulties face, and offers numerous suggestions for supporting their needs through play. 
 

Creative Corner

I spent the Fourth of July weekend with my niece and nephew who were visiting from Colorado.  During their visit, we created several art projects together. 

Below are a few of my favorite resources for exploring art with children.  Please feel free to share any art projects or books that you have found to be useful.     

 

 

 

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