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Together We're Learning

Father and child

Parent talking to young child When you talk to your child, even if they can't talk
back, their brain is developing important communication
communication and language skills.
Parent listening to child's story The simple act of allowing your child to coo, babble,
speak or tell you a story while making eye contact and
responding does wonders for your young child's
development.
Mother and child reading Reading is the single most important thing you can
do to develop your child's future literacy.
Family playing in a park Playing together helps your child develop social,
emotional and communication skills.
Child singing and playing guitar Math, language and memory skills – all these important
skills can be developed by the simple and rewarding
act of singing together at home!
Father and child in mask House, doctor, pirates, vet, superheroes, princess,
dinosaurs and more! When you play pretend games
together, your child is learning.
Child in Alligator Costume Laughing Your child is learning important skills like social skills,
creativity and positive self-esteem when you are
simply laughing and being silly together!
Bowl for baking Cooking and baking is a fun and productive activity
that will help your child develop their curiosity,
language skills and more.
Mother and child doing laundry Doing chores and errands is an excellent way to help
your child develop important brain-building skills.
Learning about nature Exploring in your yard with your children is a sensory
development packed activity that fuels their curiosity
and helps develop their understanding of how things
work!

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