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Through relationships, children discover who they are & learn to understand others. This #Thanksgiving learn how you can help your infants & toddlers develop strong relationships with the people in their lives. http://bit.ly/2jbVNMX

November 23, 2017
Early On Michigan shared Early On Michigan Foundation's post.

Important recognition of the funding needs of Early On and Special Education in Michigan by the Lt Governor

November 23, 2017
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How Can Parents of Infants Support their baby's Social-Emotional Development? Let's find out! http://bit.ly/2iARSpN

November 22, 2017
Early On Michigan

Did you know that using parentese - the high-pitched tone of voice, simple sentences, and stretched out vowels (“hiiii, bayyybeeee!”) - helps babies learn how language works? Learn more details about the science behind this concept here: http://bit.ly/2AXhxzQ Post credit ZERO TO THREE

November 22, 2017
Early On Michigan

"Why does my baby rub his face on me?" There are actually lots of reasons why! Babies will rub their eyes and ears with their hands when they are starting to tire. Before 6 months, they rub their faces against something if they are tired or itchy. Ears are a sensitive part of the body, and babies like feeling them. As shared via Parenting.com

November 21, 2017

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