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Rebecca Jane Flanagan, Storyteller - Musical Experiences For Children reminds us never to underestimate the power of your voice! She's back this year visiting Perth Children's Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College for Christmas. Take a moment to witness her sharing the beauty of music ❤️

December 10, 2018
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Applications are open for Michigan AEYC 2019 Early Childhood Scholarship Opportunities. Learn more about The Brian White Leadership Scholarship for Men in Early Childhood, The Brian White Early Childhood Education Scholarship, and the Student Leadership Scholarship Award. Learn more at Post shared via Michigan Office of Great Start

December 10, 2018
Early On Michigan

"Having a back-and-forth conversation with a child may seem like a small thing, but it turns out it’s everything when it comes to helping them learn language." Learn more about what makes back-and-forth conversations so powerful here:

December 06, 2018
Early On Michigan

A new study from the University of Washington's Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) shows that parents who learn how and why to speak parentese can have a direct impact on their children's vocabulary. Wonder what "parentese" means? Discover more here:

December 05, 2018
Early On Michigan

Self-regulation is not simply self-control. It is the ability to manage our energy states, emotions, behavior and attention. And learning to self-regulate begins at birth. Learn more about what self-regulation is...and isn't here:

December 04, 2018

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