#DidYouKnow Tummy time is so important for infants. It helps to reduce the risk of flat spots on baby’s skull, as well as helping baby build strong muscles for sitting up, rolling over, crawling and walking.
Introduce tummy time to your baby by placing them on a blanket or pillow for three to five minutes, two or three times a day. Age-appropriate toys and books can be placed around your baby to help make the tummy time experience more enjoyable for them. As baby’s muscles develop and they grow used to this position, they can enjoy tummy time for longer periods of time. (www.mayoclinic.org)
We want to give a big THANK YOU to our Beacon Learning Center for signing up as a SparKit Hub! We are thrilled to have you and your families on board for our exciting new adventure.
Becoming a SparKit Hub is an easy way to earn some cash for your program while promoting family engagement through the quality learning materials packed in SparKits! If your early education program is interested in learning more, contact Maricela at email@example.com, 260-577-7078 or visit www.sparkafuture.org.
Timeline PhotosPATHS TO QUALITY | In an effort to improve the quality of education and childcare to the families of Allen County, we are once again offering the PTQ Grant to early childcare programs. Learn more today & apply before February 10th: bit.ly/38hscpM... See MoreSee Less
Triple P Stepping Stones has some upcoming free seminars to support parents of children with development disabilities! Their first seminar starts this evening. Check out their flyer for more info. ... See MoreSee Less