Monthly Archives: August 2012

Avoiding Power Struggles with Toddlers During Meals

We know that good nutrition helps children learn better and promotes lifelong healthy eating habits. But what do you do when young children refuse to eat their greens? This excerpt from Rethinking Nutrition: Connecting Science and Practice in Early Childhood … Continue reading

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Tips for Reading with Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

From the moment they are born, children begin to learn about language. Children’s language skills progress from listening to and gradually understanding what words mean, to learning to talk, first by saying a few words and later learning to speak … Continue reading

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Eight Ideas to Promote Peer Relationships

The new school year is just around the corner, which means many children will be making new friends, seeing old pals, and navigating the world of peer relationships. These early friendships are important for a number of reasons — they … Continue reading

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The Redleaf Press® Author Spotlight: The Wellness Duo

Get to know the talented authors who write your favorite Redleaf Press® titles! This month, we’re excited to feature Rachel Robertson, MA, and Sharon Bergen, PhD, who teamed up to write Healthy Children, Healthy Lives. Their new book — which provides … Continue reading

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Five Minutes With…

Get to know the people behind Redleaf Press®! Meet Renee, graphic designer extraordinaire. If you’ve paged through a Redleaf Press catalog, received a Redleaf Press email, or browsed our Website, you’ve seen her work. (Hint: click it for a better … Continue reading

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