Good nutrition is key to healthy child development, especially during the first two years. Young brains need a variety of healthy nutrients to support their cognitive, physical and social-emotional development. Family meal times also offer great opportunities to bond and share conversations that promote children’s early language development.
Last week, we celebrated grandparents. They play a truly special role in the lives of their grandchildren and family members. By spending time and bonding with their grandchildren, grandparents can develop close relationships and connections.
Did you know that there is an activity you can do for only 15 minutes a day that can help you bond with your little one, boost her communication skills, and set her up for success in school? This powerful activity is reading aloud!