November First Things First Newsletter

| November 11, 2018

First Things First has released their November Parenting Newsletter.

Quality child care: What to look for in teacher-child interactions
Quality child care helps children learn, grow and thrive. Teacher-child interactions that are stimulating and nurturing are an essential part of quality early learning programs. Check out our 1-minute video for what to look for.

Toddlers and food: 9 tips for healthy eating habits
Parents know that developing healthy childhood eating habits is important, but it’s not easy. Toddlers can be stubborn about food. Here’s some advice — equal parts science, psychology and real-world experience — to guide you in forming healthy eating habits with your little one.

Doctors say baby walkers are not safe, don’t help development
Baby walkers are advertised as fun for little ones to move around and entertain themselves. Some manufacturers claim they also stimulate early development. But parents should know that pediatricians have warned against infant walkers for decades.

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