Penguins, Raptors, and Bats...OH MY!

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The DPTV Education department gets up close with penguins, raptors, and bats!

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Why Art is Important for Kids

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Art experiences help children develop in many domains.

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Empowering Young Children

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Believing in a child is one of the greatest gifts we can give them. When we “believe” in them it encourages them to become his or her best self.

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Self-Regulation

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Self-regulation is the ability to control thoughts, emotions and behaviors. It is a learned skill and something that takes a lot of practice to develop. It is very important that children develop these skills for regulating their emotions, thoughts and behaviors.

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Being Thankful

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Being grateful for the everyday, simple things is a great way to teach appreciation, empathy and compassion.

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Reading Tips

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Reading is a fantastic way to explore the world without filling your gas tank or buying a bus pass. What better way to learn about someone else’s view of the world then by stepping right into it?

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Pre-Halloween Fun

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While costumes and trick or treating are a highlight on October 31, the best part for me as a child and as an adult, are the days leading up to Halloween.

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Giving choices

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Giving children choices encourages responsibility, allows them to explore the world through trial and error, lets them to express their independence or autonomy and helps teach them how to make good choices in the future.

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Back to School

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It’s back to school time!

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Back to School Readiness

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This school year help your child and your family find that balance. Make sure to help your child and your whole family find that comfortable routine—and plan some unstructured time too.

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Sleep

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There are simple ways you can help ensure that every member of you family is well rested.

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Summer travel season is upon us!

Last Updated by Lea Vigi on

As a Mom of four, I know how complicated it is to prepare for a road trip with your family.

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Water/Outdoor Safety, bike helmets, hydration…

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Summer is officially here! With its barbeques, pool parties, camping, and other outdoor adventures that Michiganders have been waiting for during months and months or cold, gray weather.

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Transition to Summer/Summer Camps

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Summer is quickly approaching. But that final school bell doesn’t mean that learning is closed for the summer—in fact summer presents children with lots of opportunities to learn and explore in fun and concrete ways.

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Become the Game Controller

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An entire generation has grown up with video games, and if you have children between the ages of 3 and 17, chances are there is some video game playing going on in your house.

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