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Good news for parents of young children age 0 to 6 years old! Access practical parenting tips and useful resources with our monthly updates of tip sheets by Baby Bonus Parenting Resources!
Development in children (0-3 years)
The brain develops fast in the early years but each child's development is different. This tip sheet serves as a guide to monitor your child's development.
Language development (0-6 years)
Language development begins from birth. Read on to understand how to help your child's language development.
Connecting (0-3 years)
Give your child your attention to create the best environment for her growth and development. Here are some tips to help you connect with your child.
Emotions in children (0-1 year)
Babies are only beginning to learn about emotions and how to express themselves. Here's how you can help your baby learn to express himself.
Communicating with your child (0-3 years)
Talking to your child helps to develop her language and communication skills. Here are some tips to help with your child's development.
Helping your child self-regulate (0-6 years)
The ability to manage one's behaviour and reactions to things around them is important. Learn how you can help your child learn self-regulation here.
How literacy develops (0-6 years)
Literacy development starts as early as child birth. Here are some tips to help develop your child's literacy skills.
Shared reading (0-6 years)
Reading helps to develop your child's language development and reading skills. Get some tips for shared reading with your child at an early age.
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