Story time at B&N in CoolSprings Special Event, Children’s Event, Storytime (Childrens) Saturday January 14, 2017 11:00 AM Perfect for every child who has ever loved or yearned for a pet, this uproarious new book delights readers of all ages as they peek into the mischievous world of Jane Yolen and Mark Teague’s bestselling ‘How Do […]
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Niswonger grant helps expand enrollment program in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library through Northeast Tennessee Hospitals; first book given to newborn families who enroll before leaving the hospital
Storytime returns to the Visitor Center in Downtown Franklin, Tennessee on December 12th at 1 pm. Bring the whole family and enjoy Elsa and Olaf reading a classic holiday story followed by a special meet n greet. Attendance is limited so get there early to secure your spot!
CoolSprings Galleria 1800 Galleria Blvd., Franklin 615-771-2128 Nov. 7 – Dec. 24 Mon – Sat 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. (breaks from 1 – 2 p.m. & 5 – 6 p.m.), Sun 12 – 6 p.m. (break 3 – 3:30 p.m.). Santa’s arrival on Saturday, Nov. 7 is a PJ Party from 10 a.m. – […]
Toddler Time Parents and their children ages 18 months to 3 years are invited to Toddler Time on Tuesdays at 10:00 am and 11:15 am in the Story Theater. Caregivers will have fun engaging their toddlers in a variety of activities including stories, songs, movement, music and more! Preschool Story Time Parents and their children […]
BAREFOOT REPUBLIC is a summer camp that serves rising K-12th graders with both day and overnight camp sessions. Our mission is to facilitate Christ-centered relationships between individuals from diverse racial, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds through an equally diverse platform of artistic, athletic and team-building programs. Overnight camp sessions for 3rd-12th graders are held at our […]
Press Release from www.SRCD.org. Many state early childhood systems and the federal Office of Head Start consider teacher child interactions when they measure programs’ quality. But research hasn’t always been clear about which aspects of interactions are most important to how children do academically and socially. A new study that used a novel approach to […]
Social media present risks and benefits to children but parents who try to secretly monitor their kids’ activities online are wasting their time, according to a presentation at the 119th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. “While nobody can deny that Facebook has altered the landscape of social interaction, particularly among young people, we […]
The study, by researchers at the University of Chicago and Stanford University, appears in the journal Child Development. “Previous studies have looked at this issue among older students,” according to Elizabeth A. Gunderson, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Temple University; Gunderson was at the University of Chicago when she led the study. “This study suggests […]
Safe Kids Worldwide 15-Year Trend Report Finds Young Walkers Safer Today; Teens Now Most Vulnerable Age Parents have planned how their kids will get to school. But one thing parents might not think to do is talk to their children about walking there safely, particularly their teenagers.nbsp;Here’s why it’s important: teenagers are now the most […]
Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” is based on the Hans Christian Anderson story and the Disney film. The Star Bright production will showcase young talent in the community, and the cast will be made up of children ages 7 through 17 (at the time of audition). Auditions for new participants in Star Bright will be […]
Talk matters. Engaging, rich, responsive talk—”play talk”—is essential to young children’s language, intellectual, and social-emotional development. Parents and caregivers who engage in play talk share valuable language learning opportunities with children and provide them with the foundation for later literacy and academic success. Studies, such as Betty Hart and Todd R. Risley’s landmark Meaningful Differencesresearch, have […]
By: Candace Hutchins Everyone knows that children love to play. But many people don’t realize the benefits and the developmental stages of play. Play helps children develop both cognitively and socially with their peers. Types of Cognitive Play: Nonsocial play: unoccupied, on-looker behavior and solitary play Parallel play: limited form of social participation, child plays […]
As adults, we are constantly relying on our memory. Even when we “can’t put our finger on it”, we know it was once there so we try to “find it”. We can remember many of our life moments and experiences. We can’t remember infancy and we can’t remember how we learner to remember. Therefore, it […]
Reading requires children to use many skills at once, and apply different aspects of their information processing system. Obviously, language development plays an integral role in facilitating the development of reading. There are two approaches to help understand reading development, the whole language approach and the phonics approach. The whole language approach argues that reading […]