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Our team of early education experts are dedicated to providing TLE® parents with resources that enhance their child’s early education experience.

Check out our latest blog posts for the latest parenting tips and recommendations to support your child’s learning experiences and developmental milestones at home.

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    • Marlton Baby Sleeping1

      Easy Ways to Get Your Baby to Sleep

      Nothing is more frustrating for a new parent than hearing your baby cry and being unable to soothe him. As a parent, you want only the best for your baby and it is so important to get your baby sleep, sleep your baby needs to be rested, calm and happy. Try these three ways to get your baby to sleep fast.

      November 2, 2018
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      The Importance of Bedtime Routines for Kids

      Bedtime routines are extremely important. Nighttime can be a hectic time for any family but bedtime routines for kids are an essential part of the growing up process. Patterns can make or break a child’s sleeping success so it’s important that parents put some in place.

      August 26, 2018
    • Chantilly Friends

      Teaching Your Toddler to Share

      When teaching your child to share, it is important to first realize that it is not productive to force your toddler to share. Instead, work to create an environment of sharing in order to encourage sharing. It is important to realize that to toddlers, a toy is so much more than a toy; it is a valued possession that must be protected. While teaching sharing, respect the normal level of possessiveness while encouraging the attitude of sharing with another.

      September 20, 2018
    • Shy Blog

      Helping Your Shy Child

      It’s impossible to tell if a toddler’s shyness is something that will remain with her through life, or if she’s just behaving like a typical child of this age. So, instead of worrying about her shyness, or looking for a solution to it, try to find ways you can help her to have good feelings about herself and others, and to feel happy about interacting socially with other adults and children. With support, even naturally shy children can grow into friendly, confident adults.

      September 24, 2018
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