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Babies On The MOVE: Motor Development Basics & Beyond: Standing, Cruising & Walking

Motor milestones is a term we often hear with babies, but what does it really mean and how can you help your child achieve these skills? In this class, you will learn how to help your baby excel in motor development and master standing, cruising, and first steps. The class will look at standing from the earliest stages, all the way through learning how to encourage your child to start walking on their own, making it appropriate for infants at any stage. We will review typical infant development and provide hands on teaching with opportunities for parent practice. The casual and comfortable environment encourages parent and child interaction while learning from expert pediatric physical therapists in a social setting.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT PRIOR TO THE DAY OF THE CLASS.

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Babies On The MOVE: Motor Development Basics & Beyond: Crawling

Motor milestones is a term we often hear with babies, but what does it really mean and how can you help your child achieve these skills? In this class, you will learn how to help your baby excel in motor development and master the skill of crawling. The class will look at crawling from the earliest stages, all the way through learning how to challenge your crawling baby, making it appropriate for infants at any stage. We will review typical infant development and provide hands on teaching with opportunities for parent practice. The casual and comfortable environment encourages parent and child interaction while learning from expert pediatric physical therapists in a social setting.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT PRIOR TO THE DAY OF THE CLASS.

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Babies On The MOVE: Motor Development: Basics & Beyond – Tummy Time

Motor milestones is a term we often hear with babies, but what does it really mean and how can you help your child achieve these skills? In this class, you will learn how to help your baby excel in motor development and master tummy time. Tummy time is a foundational skill for developing strong babies, and this class is appropriate for newborns and beyond. We will review typical infant development and provide hands on teaching with opportunities for parent practice. The class will explore alternatives for tummy time to help even the smallest baby enjoy it, introduce ways to engage your baby during tummy time, and show you how to move your little one beyond basic tummy time skills. The casual and comfortable environment encourages parent and child interaction while learning from expert pediatric physical therapists in a social setting.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT PRIOR TO THE DAY OF THE CLASS.

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Babies On The MOVE: Motor Development: Basics & Beyond – Sitting & Rolling

Motor milestones is a term we often hear with babies, but what does it really mean and how can you help your child achieve these skills? In this class, you will learn how to help your baby excel in motor development and master the skills of rolling and sitting. The class will explore tips for helping your baby roll, discuss posture and positioning for sitting, and help your little one master sitting up on his own. We will review typical infant development and provide hands on teaching with opportunities for parent practice. The casual and comfortable environment encourages parent and child interaction while learning from expert pediatric physical therapists in a social setting.

PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT PRIOR TO THE DAY OF THE CLASS.

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Beyond the Holiday Food Drive: Nurturing Empathy in Early Childhood

Raleigh Moms Blog partnered with Primrose Schools to bring you the information in this post. All opinions are 100% our own. We only partner with sponsors who we believe bring the most value to our audience.It’s the holidays! We are in the thick of it – the giving and getting season. Our littles are flooded […]

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Motor Development Babies & Beyond: Tummy Time

Motor milestones is a term we often hear with babies, but what does it really mean and how can you help your child achieve these skills? In this class you will learn how to help your baby excel in motor development and master tummy time. Tummy time is a foundational skill for developing strong babies and this class is appropriate for newborns and beyond. We will review typical infant development and provide hands on teaching with opportunities for parent practice. The class will explore alternatives for tummy time to help even the smallest baby enjoy it, introduce ways to engage your baby during tummy time, and show you how to help your little one move beyond basic tummy time skills. The casual and comfortable environment encourages parent and child interaction while learning from expert pediatric physical therapists in a social setting.

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Beyond the Supply List: 10 Ways To Really Help Your Child’s Teacher This School Year

We all want to be as helpful as possible to the amazing men and women who educate our children. But if you are anything like me, you struggle with what is actually helpful. Aside from the obligatory school supplies and ever-present “wish list” at the end of the newsletter- what do teachers actually want from […]

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Motor Development Basics & Beyond: Crawling

Motor milestones is a term we often hear with babies, but what does it really mean and how can you help your child achieve these skills? In this class you will learn how to help your baby excel in motor development and master the skill of crawling. The class will look at crawling from the earliest stages, all the way through learning how to challenge your crawling baby, making it appropriate for infants at any stage. We will review typical infant development and provides hands on teaching with opportunities for parent practice. The casual and comfortable environment encourages parent and child interaction while learning from expert pediatric physical therapists in a social setting.

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Read Across America: Celebrating Dr. Seuss and Stories That Inspire and Empower

March 2nd is National Read Across America Day, a holiday created in honor of the much beloved Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Generations have grown up reading his books. Who doesn’t know Hop on Pop and The Grinch who Stole Christmas? While Dr. Seuss has said he never wrote his stories with a life lesson […]

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Do Preteens Need a Cell Phone?

A while back, I wrote an article in which I talked about NOT getting our lovely daughter (heretofore referred to as “The Girl”) a cell phone and how frustrating it was that her school was emphasizing cell phone use in class (her school is a “Bring Your Own Device,” or BYOD, school). This fall, my […]

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