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  1. Must-Read Books for 3-Year-Olds. Atticus Caticus by Sarah Maizes, illustrated by Kara Kramer A boy and his adorable cat friend have a fun day together in this rhythmic, darling story with hilarious made-up words and a sweet relationship. “Atticus Caticus jumps…/SPLAT-a-tat-taticus!

  2. Research shows students who are not engaged in reading and learning during the summer regress in reading comprehension and writing skills, and more time must be devoted to reviewing when the school year begins again. At Greenbrier Christian Academy, we have designed a summer reading plan for our students.

  3. Jan 04, 2022 · A warm story to share with babies, toddlers and preschoolers showing a multigenerational and multi-ethnic family relationship. With a gender neutral child and inclusive illustrations, Pops is a starting point for conversation with young children.

  4. Some typically developing infants never crawl . A High-quality evidence ( 4 ), based on 90th percentile (ie, age by which 90% of children have mastered this gross motor skill). Ages in brackets represent the 50th and 90th percentiles; B High-quality evidence ( 13 ), based on 90th percentile (ie, age by which 90% of children have mastered ...

  5. 100 Things To Do Before High School With real life and teen drama awaiting her after 8th grade graduation, CJ Parker and her two best friends Fenwick and Crispo have only a short time left to make the most of their middle school years.

  6. Oct 01, 2018 · For boys, a superhero or monster may be more their preference. Animals like tigers, frogs, or a shark are also popular. Make sure you use proper face-painting paints so it washes off easily at bath time. Learn some amazing face painting tips in our dedicated article Face painting for babysitters, you’ll be so glad you did. 27. Draw a maze

  7. From the host of the popular WNYC podcast Death, Sex, & Money, Let’s Talk About Hard Things is “like a good conversation with a friend” (The New Yorker) where “no topic is off-limits when it comes to creating meaningful connection” (Lori Gottlieb, author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone). Anna Sale wants you to have that conversation. You know the one. The one that you’ve been ...