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By Excitement Radio
Thursday July 3 at 8am EST on Excitement Radio's show "GetChaMindRight" we interview Youth Mentor, author & publisher of "My Daddy Taught Me That" Keynon Lake to discuss the necessity of positive male role models in the lives of young males today.

By Comprehensive Child Development, Inc.
Comprehensive Child Development's 4th Annual Art of All Ages Event is a Success!

By Comprehensive Child Development, Inc.
Comprehensive Child Development Hosts Myriam Joseph-Loeschen, Helen Cox, and Pat Archbold at Childcare Centers to Support Art of All Ages Fundraising Event on June 7th, 2014

By Comprehensive Child Development
Comprehensive Child Development Holds 4th Annual Art of All Ages Event with special guests Rich and Pat Archbold, Sherri Scott, and Damon Dunn at Long Beach State's Duncan Anderson Design Gallery on June 7th from 4pm-7pm

By Winston Prouty Center for Child Development
The Winston L. Prouty Center for Child Development is pleased to announce that its 25th Taste of the Town fundraiser, will take place May 10th, 6:30-10:30pm at the International Center on the World Learning Campus (One Kipling Road) in Brattleboro.

By Orkid Toys
Children’s toy lets kids make emotions, fosters emotional health

By My Baby Compass
Help My Baby Compass Grow by Voting Online Before November 15

By Circle of Care
Circle of Care joins The Arc of San Antonio and other local organizations to help recognize individuals with special needs who have mastered or achieved a major goal over the past year.

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
More than 11,800 local children have been provided a safe place to be after school and during school breaks since its opening

By IMPRINTS
Imprints is hosting a School Choice Fair on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 from 10 am to Noon at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, NC. Free to parents - Forsyth County NC elementary schools represented (public/magnet, private, charter)

By Phew, LLC
Debut app from Phew launches to help toddlers develop motor skills via tilt-to-play game for iPhone and iPad.

By AVANCE (ah-vahn-ceh)
As part of NBC's Education Nation Summit, AVANCE President and CEO, Richard J. Noriega, will join early childhood education experts for a panel discussion on child development, literacy, dual language, and minority students on Sept. 25, 2012.

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
The Marine Life Studies “Whale and Marine Wildlife Adventure Program” offers children classroom curriculum and an exciting whale watch field trip.

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
Staff and Club Members of BGCMC will participate on Sunday, July 1st at 12:00 noon

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
FREE Healthy Breakfast and Lunch Served this Summer at Both Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County Clubhouses Nutrition Program fights childhood obesity by serving healthy meals this summer

By BookBuzz.net
While primarily directed to parents, Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem, is a valuable resource for adults with a desire to positively influence the lives of children.

By Jeff Weber
On behalf of the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome, Tess Kowalski, 12, gave an in-service presentation about the neurological disorder to two child development classes at the Central Jersey school

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County Youth to Exhibit Artwork at the Museum of Monterey. Local Arts Programs Help Kids Succeed in School

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By Excitement Radio
Thursday July 3 at 8am EST on Excitement Radio's show "GetChaMindRight" we interview Youth Mentor, author & publisher of "My Daddy Taught Me That" Keynon Lake to discuss the necessity of positive male role models in the lives of young males today.

By Comprehensive Child Development, Inc.
Comprehensive Child Development's 4th Annual Art of All Ages Event is a Success!

By Comprehensive Child Development, Inc.
Comprehensive Child Development Hosts Myriam Joseph-Loeschen, Helen Cox, and Pat Archbold at Childcare Centers to Support Art of All Ages Fundraising Event on June 7th, 2014

By Comprehensive Child Development
Comprehensive Child Development Holds 4th Annual Art of All Ages Event with special guests Rich and Pat Archbold, Sherri Scott, and Damon Dunn at Long Beach State's Duncan Anderson Design Gallery on June 7th from 4pm-7pm

By Winston Prouty Center for Child Development
The Winston L. Prouty Center for Child Development is pleased to announce that its 25th Taste of the Town fundraiser, will take place May 10th, 6:30-10:30pm at the International Center on the World Learning Campus (One Kipling Road) in Brattleboro.

By Orkid Toys
Children’s toy lets kids make emotions, fosters emotional health

By My Baby Compass
Help My Baby Compass Grow by Voting Online Before November 15

By Circle of Care
Circle of Care joins The Arc of San Antonio and other local organizations to help recognize individuals with special needs who have mastered or achieved a major goal over the past year.

By Longs Chapel Child Enrichment Center
Longs Chapel 2013-2014 Participation in North Carolinas CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
More than 11,800 local children have been provided a safe place to be after school and during school breaks since its opening

By PRDA
KindyROO@SPRING uses a multifaceted approach to get children ready for schooling. Children become prepared through motor development, visualization skills, and body awareness.

By Deborah Chelette-Wilson, LPC
Study after study proves that there is no substitute for a father’s care for his children. According to the US Census Bureau, 24 million children live in a home in which their biological father is absent, and that absence is felt by their children.

By IMPRINTS
Imprints Cares employs teachers delivering quality before/after programs in elementary and middle schools in Forsyth County, NC. Parents are comforted knowing their children are cared by same teaching staff--continuing their learning/socialization.

By IMPRINTS
Imprints is hosting a School Choice Fair on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 from 10 am to Noon at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, NC. Free to parents - Forsyth County NC elementary schools represented (public/magnet, private, charter)

By Phew, LLC
Debut app from Phew launches to help toddlers develop motor skills via tilt-to-play game for iPhone and iPad.

By Galt Toys
Children are ditching traditional teddy names, such as George or Edward and replacing them instead with obvious descriptions like Doggy, Piggy and Teddy.

By AVANCE (ah-vahn-ceh)
As part of NBC's Education Nation Summit, AVANCE President and CEO, Richard J. Noriega, will join early childhood education experts for a panel discussion on child development, literacy, dual language, and minority students on Sept. 25, 2012.

By Strategic Book Group
Fine motor skills are absolutely necessary for a normal child to develop the ability to perform different activities. "Fine Motor Activities: Guide for parents and preschool teachers" is a must-read for anyone dealing with this age group.

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
The Marine Life Studies “Whale and Marine Wildlife Adventure Program” offers children classroom curriculum and an exciting whale watch field trip.

By Fortune and Associates
Rex Fortune and Phawnda Moore received national recognition for Fortune’s book, BRIDGING THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP: What Successful Educators and Parents Do, from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
Staff and Club Members of BGCMC will participate on Sunday, July 1st at 12:00 noon

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
FREE Healthy Breakfast and Lunch Served this Summer at Both Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County Clubhouses Nutrition Program fights childhood obesity by serving healthy meals this summer

By Kristina Kayden
Parents can pay an often hefty price to provide their young children the best in developmental opportunities. One parent's first-hand experience in a popular boutique gym begged the question, "Am I getting my monies worth?"

By cowtown Creative, LLC
The Parenting Trade is a new community created just for parents, where all can come to find limitless amounts of information, answers and support directly from other parents in this one-of-a-kind parenting portal.

By BookBuzz.net
While primarily directed to parents, Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem, is a valuable resource for adults with a desire to positively influence the lives of children.

By Innovative Writing Works
Parents need to take steps during the preschool years to ensure their child’s vision is developing normally.

By Jeff Weber
On behalf of the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome, Tess Kowalski, 12, gave an in-service presentation about the neurological disorder to two child development classes at the Central Jersey school

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
If you view reading as a journey that is ten miles long, then to complete the journey –to say that you can read and demonstrate mastery – you must travel the full ten miles.

By Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County
Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County Youth to Exhibit Artwork at the Museum of Monterey. Local Arts Programs Help Kids Succeed in School

By Robert Mendoza
"Pollution Solutions" program offers videos, hands-on curriculum for Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County Club Members.

By Robert Mendoza
Non-Profit Leverages Social Media to Build Awareness and Raise Matching Funds

By Robert Mendoza
7,500 Rallies Nationwide Aim to Make Afterschool Programs Available to All

By Santa Unplugged
What has happened to the way we played as kids? We are hurting our children by not allowing to play the way we used to.

By Innovative Writing Works
Too many children struggle in school because of undetected vision problems that make it hard to learn. Often they are mislabeled as learning disabled. Fixing vision problems can help kids see better and learn more.

By Carl Nagaitis
International Study Gives The Unique British-Made GAPS Test An Accuracy Rating Of 98 Per Cent

By Brenda Mott
Smart Mom University has lifted it's subscription

By Dr. Russ Buss
Dr. Russ Buss reflects on the meaning of Mother's Day based on what his mother gave to him as a way of identifying seven universal gifts that all mothers can offer their children.

By SoftPlay
SoftPlay, Inc. is proud to announce the release of a new soft cloth book gift set, Baby Animals of the World. SoftPlay will donate approximately 2%-5% from the sale of each book gift set to World Wildlife Fund and their conservation efforts.

By Qcards
Helping children develop the ability to recognise, accept and express their feelings in healthy ways is a vital role for parents, teachers and carers. Children who acquire these skills become more confident, resilient and empathetic.

By Mount Litera World Preschool
Mount Litera World in partnership with Kidz Art hosted ‘EXPRESSIONS’-2011, an opportunity for young minds of age 1.5-12 yrs to showcase their creativity on 27th February 2011 at the Mount Litera World Preschool Gallery; Lokhandwala, Mumbai.

By Connie Hammer, MSW
A three part series of articles to be posted at Parent Coaching for Autism that will help parents who suspect their child may have an autism spectrum disorder.

By Advance My Baby, Inc.
Advance My Baby, the company creating a new standard in parenting, announced they are giving away $1 million of Assessments in 2011; it is a way to kick start a revolution of children reaching their full potential in developmental processes.

By Through the Looking Glass
The National Center for Parents with Disabilities and their Families at Through the Looking Glass announced the winners of its 2010 College Scholarships for Students of Parents with Disabilities.

By Adelphi University
Adelphi University’s Institute for Parenting is pleased to host its fourth annual Master Seminar, “Trauma Through the Eyes of a Young Child: Understanding and Helping Children and Families.”

By Innovative Writing Works
Children see with their brain, not just their eyes. Seeing better can mean being smarter. Helping all children develop the vision skills needed to succeed in school and in life is the goal of SeeingSmarter.com.

By Hitul Thobhani
Parents seeking more confidence and success for their child can now enrol them onto workshops from Kidz4Mation, authors of six positive childrens books. Results are incredible, with 4 to 9 year olds becoming more positive and believing in themselves.

By Dayle Pomerantz
The first conference dedicated to parenting in the western New York region will be held May 15,2010

By Jennie Gandhi
An elocution competition at school level gives students a good opportunity to combat with the biggest fear factor i.e. stage fear.

By Productivity PR on behalf of Brainy Baby
According to a new study by the University of Texas, Austin, infants/toddlers under the age of two can learn from Brainy Baby DVDs designed to teach young children shapes.

By Self-Help Publishers
PARENTEEN - Parenting Defiant and Crazy Teens With Love And Logic - Tips And Strategies for Handling Difficult Teen Parenting Situations - Move From Conflict to Cooperation For Raising Confident and Obedient Kids (Paperback)



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