First Things First — 5 things grandparents do for young children

| September 15, 2020

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September 2020

5 things grandparents do for young children
Sunday, September 13 is National Grandparents Day! Grandparents can play many important roles: caregiver, teacher, trusted advisor for their adult children who are now parents themselves. And the love and emotional closeness that grandparents provide makes a positive impact on their grandchildren’s healthy development. That’s worth celebrating!
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There’s still time to respond to the census
The 2020 Census may have been overshadowed in the last few months, but it’s still very important to take a few minutes now to make sure all kids are counted. Responding to the census is an easy, safe and important way to ensure needed resources are provided for babies, toddlers and preschoolers and their communities for the next 10 years.
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Baby, let’s talk!
Babies can’t use words yet, but they’re born ready to communicate. Having back-and-forth conversations with your baby — serve and return interactions, in early childhood lingo — is the best way to help them learn and develop language.
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