Birth to age 5 is a critical time of learning and growth. Your child’s brain is born ready to learn with 100 billion neurons, and by age 5, her brain is 90% of its adult size! Lots of learning is packed into the first 5 years. You are your child’s first and most important teacher. Children learn best through everyday moments spent with you. Young children learn by using all of their senses, so everyday activities (that might seem boring to adults) are not only stimulating, they’re wonderful opportunities to learn.
These stories are stitched together with things created from needles and yarn. Enjoy! One Winter's Day by M. Christina Butler On a cold, windy, and snowy [...]
Almost two years ago we made the heartbreaking decision to separate and divorce. With two young kids and a shared custody arrangement, we wanted to [...]
Cedar Mill Libraries is hosting free vision screenings for children ages 3-7 years through See to Read*, a statewide initiative focused on early detection for [...]
The foundation for all of your baby’s learning begins by taking small moments during the day to interact with your child. It’s called “serve and [...]