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For Early Head Start Parents 


Did you know that brain research states that …….


 The more parents talk to infants and toddlers, the more it stimulates the brain.

The more parents sing to infants and toddlers, the more it stimulates the brain.

The more parents touch their infants and toddlers, the more the brain develops.

The more parents read to their infants and toddlers, the more the brain develops.

The more parents play with their infants and toddlers, the more the brain develops.

 

Why is this so important?

 

As your infant and toddler go into an Early Head Start program, the teachers and staff are able to build upon all that you have poured into your child.  It is important to continue to do all the same things with your infant and toddler in order to help them do even better when they start a prekindergarten program.  Research proves over and over that children thrive in school when parents have invested the time and energy into enriching their child’s life.  

 

For Head Start Parents  

    

Did you know that brain research states that …….

 

The more parents talk to young children, the more it stimulates the brain.

The more parents sing to young children, the more it stimulates the brain.

The more parents touch their young children, the more the brain develops.

The more parents read to their young children, the more the brain develops.

The more parents play with their young children, the more the brain develops.

 

Why is this so important?

 

As your young child goes into a Head Start program, the teachers and staff are able to build upon all that you have poured into your child.  It is important to continue to do all the same things with your young child in order to help them do even better when they start a kindergarten program.  Research proves over and over that children thrive in school at all levels when parents have invested the time and energy into enriching their child’s life.  

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