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The Engine that Could with a blue train and yellow train car with a clown, elephant, monkey, and giraffes hanging out.

The Art of Resilience Day by Day

By Dorothy Stoltz, Carroll County Public Library, and Carrie Sanders, Maryland State Library
Adults can lead by setting examples that our children can ...
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10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Book for Your Preschooler

By Tonya Satchell, IDEALS Institute
Around 3 years old, children begin to crave more sophisticated ...
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A Smorgasbord of Possibilities: How Maryland Libraries Activate Lifelong Learning for Families

A Smorgasbord of Possibilities: How Maryland Libraries Activate Lifelong Learning for Families

By Carrie Sanders, Maryland State Library, and Dorothy Stoltz, Carroll County Public Library
What does a deliberate and steady pace to help families ...
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Teach Children Coping Skills with Acts of Gratitude

Teach Children Coping Skills with Acts of Gratitude

By Malkia "Kia" McLeod, Maryland State Department of Education
Teaching children how to be grateful is a positive way ...
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3 Simple Tips for Families to Support Children’s Language and Literacy Development at Home

By Lisa Ann Dickinson, The Goddard School in Owings Mills
Help your children to understand that words have meanings ...
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I Did Nothing Today: 5 Tips to Get More Details from Children

By Theresa Lutz, IDEALS Institute
DYK: Play helps children develop social and emotional development skills? ...
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PACT’s Therapeutic Nursery Early Head Start Program Shelters Families Experiencing Homelessness from the Storm

By PACT’s Therapeutic Nursery
Research confirms the harmful effects that arise from the trauma ...
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Three little girls sitting on the floor with stuffed animals.

Support for Homeless Families: All it Takes is a Little Hope

By Malkia “Kia” McLeod, Maryland State Department of Education
HOPE For All serves children and families in Anne Arundel ...
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Hispanic Heritage Month: A Celebration of History and Culture with Family

Hispanic Heritage Month: A Celebration of History and Culture with Family

By Julia Chavez, Maryland State Department of Education
As a Cuban American, what does Hispanic Heritage Month mean ...
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