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Roses are red, violets are blue. We love tongue twisters, we hope you do too!

This Valentine’s Day, we wanted to share one of our great loves – tongue twisters! Keep reading to discover four funny valentine tongue twisters and our insights into how they can help your child learn to read.

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Playdates can be stressful. They are a great way to get your kids interacting with other kids. They give you a chance to connect with other adults. However, they can be stressful. Since it’s Galentine’s day, we wanted to give you our tips and tricks for taking the stress out of playdates. Organize a playdate with your favorite gal pal and their child, and use these tips this weekend! 

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Sunday night was the first night of Hanukkah! This year, Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa overlap. So, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate this season of light! Helping your child learn more about different cultures and traditions helps kids to see that people all over the world have things in common.

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A child has their hands covered in paint, reading to make a handprint card

When your child is young, handprint art can be great gifts for family members, and at this time of year, usually you are the ones making holiday cards for your friends and family. Why not combine the two to create a fun, inexpensive (and easy!) holiday card tradition that? Keep reading to see how you can set up this tradition with your child! As your child grows, you’ll be able to capture how they are developing physically, socially, and cognitively.

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