First Things First February 2019 Parenting Newsletter

| February 4, 2019

February 2019

Big game highlights
The Super Bowl is in the history books, but for families with young children, the game is never over. That’s because play is one of the best things you can do to support your child’s healthy development and learning. Check out the top plays!
Watch Parents Playbook
Baby up at night?
More tummy time might be the answer. New research shows that more physical activity during the day can help babies sleep more at night. And that’s good for babies and parents.
Get more sleep
Chores can be learning moments for toddlers
Simple household duties, like putting toys away or feeding the family pet, can help your little one develop important social-emotional skills. You’ll just need to be realistic and encouraging.
Learn more
Find early childhood programs near you
First Things First supports programs in communities across Arizona through grants to community organizations that provide services—at no cost—for young children from birth to age 5 and their families. Search by ZIP code to find early childhood programs near you.

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