Top 5 ABC Primer Books

All kids could use an extra boost in learning the alphabetic principle that letters match up to sounds.

Top 5 Features of a Play-Friendly Home

With summer well underway, there are lots of opportunities for children to engage in creative or free play. Without the pressure of school, kids have time to ease up from their scheduled days. Playing allows them to "breathe out." Children who have opportunities to engage in play stand to benefit in cognitive, physical, social, and emotional domains. Good parents remember to balance structured activities (practice, games, rehearsals) with unstructured play time. H.G. Wells wrote about the importance of play not only for his two boys' development but for all children. He wrote, “Upon such a floor may be made an infinitude of imaginative games, not only keeping boys and girls happy for days to



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