In this section, we will periodically link to interesting and relevant articles
"Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus", from Child Mind Institute - How to talk with your children about the Coronavirus.
"Massachusetts Video Library": For anyone who has been missing "Story Time" at their local library, this link includes a collection of story times, art projects, sing-a-longs etc from a variety of Massachusetts Children's Librarian that your children may enjoy.
"Research Based Mealtime Hacks for Picky Eaters", from ZerotoThree.org - Here's what the research says about teaching out littlest food critics to try new foods
"What we know about Early Literacy and Language Development", from "ZerotoThree.Org" - This article provides information about how early language and literacy skills develop for infants and toddlers over their first three years.
"Good Job Alternatives", from NAEYC - Using different language to teach preschool children why they did a "good job".
"What Should a 4-Year-Old Know", an article from Huff Post, Parenting Section
What does a 4 year old need? Much less than we realize and much more
"Pressure Cooker Kindergarten", by Patti Hartigan
A new emphasis on testing and test preparation - - brought on by politicians, not early education experts - - is hurting the youngest students.
"The Case for $320,000 Kindergarten Teachers", by David Leonhardt
How much do your Kindergarten teachers and classmates affect the rest of your life?
"Raising Successful Children", by Madeline Levine
Phrases like "tiger mom" and "helicopter parent" have made their way into everyday language. But does overparenting hurt or help?