Early Years

Research - Baby Signs
Dr. Linda Acredolo and Dr. Susan Goodwyn, authors of the book Baby Signs: How to Talk with Your Baby Before Your Baby Can Talk, have conducted over two decades of academi research of the use of sign language with hearing babies, including a long-term study funded by the National Institutes of Health. Click here to read some of the highlights form that study.

History - Baby Signs Program Overview
The World’s Leading Sign Language Program for Hearing Babies
In 1982, child development experts Linda Acredolo, Ph.D. and Susan Goodwyn, Ph.D. discovered that babies can communicate with simple signs—even before they’re able to talk. The result: the BABY SIGNS® Program—the groundbreaking technique that has changed parenting forever. Click here to learn more

Play Toddlers
Play is important for children’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. When children have opportunities to practice new skills, the development of these skills advances. Click here for  some simple ways you can encourage your child’s development through play.

Play Two
Play is important for children’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. When children have opportunities to practice new skills, the development of these skills advances. Click here for some simple ways you can encourage your child’s development through play

Play and Have Fun!
Play is important for children’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. When children have opportunities to practice new skills, the development of these skills advances. Below are some simple ways you can encourage your child’s development through play. Click here to read more

This year, your child’s school will be using the Children's Progress Academic Assessment (CPAA) to ensure that each student receives resources that continue to challenge and support his or her learning. Click here to read more

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