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101 Fun Ways to Play With Your Child
Back to Sleep and Tummy to Play
Babies need time on their tummies when they’re awake to develop healthfully. Babies should always be put on their back when sleeping to help prevent SIDS.
Setting clear and firm boundaries for your child will help keep them safe and help keep the whole family interacting smoothly and gently.
Children have the internet at their fingertips in the technological age; parents need to be aware of the vast availability of information and teach their kids strategies for maintaining a balance between real life and virtual life.
Babies need warm, intimate relationships with caregivers to develop into loving, healthy children and adults.
Language and Literacy
Tips for reading with babies and toddlers
Prevent Child Maltreatment
Ten things you can do to prevent child maltreatment
How to keep your baby safe while she sleeps.
Talking to Children
Children listen best when adults are consistent and positive in their explanations and meanings.
Tips for Parents: Talking With Medical Personnel
When your child is sick or developmentally challenged, the medical field can be difficult to navigate. Here are a few suggestions to help.
The Picture of Safety: Snapshots in the Digital Age
Be comfortable with the photos of your children you make available to the public
Thoughts on Toilet Training
Questions every parent has about this major milestone
What To Expect From a Preschool-Aged Child
They can sometimes drive us crazy, but their behavior is genuine!
Tempt Your Child To Communicate
Five tips on encouraging your child to talk, written by TFP Speech Therapist, Sarah Schneider
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