Using Technology Tools

Posted by Danielle Melching on

Screen time is the amount of time spent on any device or a screen, including cell phones, tablets, computers or televisions. How much screen time is appropriate for young children?

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Thankfulness

Last Updated by Danielle Melching on

Thankfulness is more than just saying “thank you.” Being thankful is about appreciating or being grateful for not only- what you have, but for what surrounds you; no matter how big or small.

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Nutrition Tip: Using Food to Teach Math Skills

Last Updated by Erin Powell on

Take the opportunity to use healthy food to teach about math. Along with counting everyday objects, use healthy food images, toys, and actual food.

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October is Kindness Month

Last Updated by Lea Vigi on

Help us spread kindness throughout the month of October and beyond with the Detroit PBS Kids Kindness Challenge.

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Early Math Skills

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

Tips to help children see the everyday importance of math in their lives.

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Teaching Friendship

Last Updated by Danielle Melching on

Although, friendships in an early childhood setting look differently than friendships in a teenage setting, establishing the skills of friendship are vital for a child’s development.

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Supporting Young Writers

Posted by Carrie Shrier on

“Mom! Look what I wrote!” You might not be able to read it, but they know exactly what they wrote...

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Reading with children

Posted by Carrie Shrier on

Make story time part of your daily routine. Keep it fun and engaging! Let children see you reading and enjoying books. Literacy activities should always be fun and never feel like work.

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Back to School

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

Be mindful of your children’s emotional needs as they head back to school. Take time to listen to their concerns, and help alleviate them by doing things like touring the school and finding friends in their class.

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Outdoor Fun

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

As you’re planning your children’s summer, try to make time for play!

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Summer Preparation

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

With some advance planning, you can help keep the lazy days of summer successful and fun!

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Keeping Kids Safe in Cars

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

One detail many families overlook in the summer is taking time to check to see if their children’s car seats are safe and used appropriately.

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Math is Everywhere

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

Math is all around us in our everyday lives! There are many ways you can incorporate math in your daily routines and activities with your children.

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Preschool Matters!

Last Updated by DPTV Education Editor on

Why is preschool important for young learners?

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Developing early literacy skills

Last Updated by Carrie Shrier on

Developing early literacy skills is about much more than teaching the alphabet, skills such as supporting vocabulary development, experimental writing and print awareness all contribute to supporting those critical emergent literacy or “ready to read” skills to help your child be ready to learn to read when they get to school.

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