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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!
Bilingualism (0-6 years)
It is easier for children to become bilingual if they speak another language at home. Here are some tips to encourage bilingualism in your child.
Developing early numeracy skills (0-6 years)
Numeracy skills are essential and apply to everyday life. Here's how you can help your child develop his numeracy skills.
Building good parent-child relationships (0-6 years)
A positive relationship with your child is important for his development. Read on to find out how to build a strong relationship with your child.
Being warm and gentle toward your child (0-6 years)
Being warm and gentle towards your child helps to build a positive relationship. Get some tips for interacting with your child here.
Tuning in to your child (0-6 years)
Being able to accurately read and respond to your child's cues are important to her development. Here are some strategies for tuning in to your child.
Following your child’s lead (0-6 years)
Following your child's lead shows that you're interested in what he is doing and strengthens the relationship. Read on to find out more.
Giving your child positive attention (0-6 years)
Children excel in an environment where they feel supported and encouraged. Here are some tips for giving your child positive attention.
Listening and talking frequently (0-3 years)
Your child learns by listening to you talk which helps with her language development. Learn some tips for listening and talking to your child.
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