Learning with Lullabies

Do you have a favorite song or rhyme that your remember from childhood?  Parents and caregivers have been singing to babies for centuries, and this music is passed down from one generation to the next.  Why not start a musical tradition with your new bundle of joy? Baby brains are already prewired to learn both […]

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Homework Help with Tutor.com

Mixed up in math?  Science got you stumped?  Not feeling right about writing?  Whatever your homework troubles, Tutor.com can help.  Live, online tutoring daily from 2 PM to 11 PM and access to a variety of useful learning resources any time – it’s all free with your library card! Tutor.com Ages:  Kindergarten to adult Requires:  […]

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Babies Change Everything!

Whether this is your first baby or another addition to your existing family, having a baby changes everything.  These changes aren’t bad, but it’s a good idea to be prepared for them. Bringing a new baby into your home means plenty of cuddles and cuteness, but it can also mean fatigue, added work, crying, and […]

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What is my baby trying to tell me??

Babies hear and understand the spoken word before they’re able to talk.  Try communicating in baby sign language, and both you and your baby will benefit! Baby sign language provides simplified signs (distinct from American Sign Language) that can help strengthen communication between baby and parent. Signs such as “milk,” “more,” “book, and “finished” are […]

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