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Holidays and diversity-related dates
Looking for story ideas connected to holidays, diversity-related dates, or international days? Here are some highlights of what days are coming up. You can find the full list of holidays and other dates here.
Story ideas and ready to run stories
How do you know what toy to buy that would stand the test of time? Click here to download this prewritten story.
Chilly weather means more time spent inside. Art can help combat cabin fever. Click here to download this ready to run story.
Tackling tough topics and reassuring little ones that you are there for them can be both challenging and valuable at the same time. Click here to download this prewritten story.
A private birthday party at the world's largest children's museum? Yes, please! Click here to download this ready to run story about creative birthday celebrations.
Many studies, indicate that high quality early learning programs can give youngsters a BIG academic and social boost. But how do you choose an appropriate preschool? Several early education experts weigh in.
For the pre-k and kindergarten set, February presents a perfect time to help little ones begin to understand, embrace and celebrate diversity.
Separation anxiety is a normal and healthy developmental milestone. But it’s still difficult for parents! See tips to help parents through those traumatic times.
Zero to Three, a Crucial Time to Talk to Your Child
Studies show 75 percent of the brain develops during a child’s first year of life. Learn more about why it’s so important to speak to your child constantly.
Toys: What They Can Teach
All kids, all ages, like toys. A constant question for parents and caregivers is “do I buy the toys I want them to have, or the toys they want to have?”
Anne Frank's Helping Tree
Tough emotional subjects are hard to explain to little ones, so when they hear the word Holocaust or ask about Anne Frank this month during Holocaust remembrance events, what do you say and do?
Scientifically-based and anecdotal research that clearly show many out of-classroom experiences are motivational, inspirational, educational and of course fun for students.
You gaze into your infant’s eyes . . . and you see the infinite possibilities behind those eyes. It is pretty awe-inspiring, isn’t it?
Exploring the world with a preschooler is always an adventure! Click here to download this prewritten story that features insights from The Children's Museum experts about childhood development.
Who doesn’t want someone to swoop in and save the day or make what seems impossible—possible? Click here to download this prewritten story.