Reduce bedtime struggles with the bedtime pass
Reduce bedtime struggles with the bedtime pass

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  • The bedtime pass is a card that allows your child one free trip out of their room or a visit from a parent after bedtime.
  • Studies have shown that children who received the passes at bedtime cried out less frequently, settled down faster, and had fewer problems with leaving their bedrooms or having meltdowns.
  • Doctors believe that one reason the pass is so successful is that it is acceptable to both parents and children.
The Importance of Playing
The Importance of Playing

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  • Play is an important part of child development and helps children develop emotional, physical, and cognitive skills.
  • In recent decades play time has been reduced in school and at home in favor of academics and organized activities.
  • Simplify your life so that you have enough time in your day to spend unscheduled and unstructured time playing with your child.
The “5 Rs” of early education
The “5 Rs” of early education

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  • Reading, rhyming, routines, rewards, and relationships help young children develop the social, language, and emotional skills needed for healthy brain development.
  • The first 1,000 days of life are particularly important because it provides the foundation for future development.

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