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Bad weather? Fine ways to stay physically active, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2017.
Do time-outs help or hurt? It depends, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2017.
Household chores: What’s your idea of clean? Texas Parenting News, Fall 2017.
Preschool suspension and expulsion: Strategies for preventing and reducing challenging behaviors by Elizabeth Morgan Russell, Fall 2017.
When families ask you to participate, Early Childhood Intervention, Fall 2017.
Why parents want their young children to learn two languages by Tracey K. Hoffman, Fall 2017.
How to help parents who have limited time to come to the classroom by Nerissa LeBlanc Gillum, Summer 2017.
Leave the park better than you found it, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2017.
New evidence that quality matters—especially for boys, Building a business, Summer 2017.
Prevent children’s deaths in hot cars, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2017.
Quality fathering matters to daughters, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2017.
Respite can offer a break, Early Childhood Intervention, Summer 2017.
What are your responsibilities to your child care provider? Texas Parenting News, Summer 2017.
Food waste vs. hunger: How to help, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2017.
Reach out to homeless families, Building a business, Spring 2017.
Recommended: Infants sleep in parents’ room, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2017.
?4U: Can we talk?, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2017.
Helping children fall asleep, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2016.
Language development delays, Back to basics, Winter 2016.
Pregnant? Improve hygiene to prevent virus threat, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2016.
Diapers: Disposable or cloth? Texas Parenting News, Fall 2016.
Get a heads-up on lice treatment, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2016.
Kindergarten: Getting ready for big school by Elizabeth Morgan Russell, Fall 2016.
Hello, Teacher! Yes, you! Texas Parenting News, Fall 2016.
Talking with parents: How play promotes school readiness, Fall 2016.
Free lunch: Managing special diets for children with food allergies and sensitivities by Heather Pond Lacey, Summer 2016.
Pairing picture books and creative arts to build literacy and community by Holly Carrel Moore, Summer 2016.
Protect against mosquitoes, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2016.
Reading boosts learning, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2016.
The lemonade stand: An American icon, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2016.
Baby wearing: It’s trendy and fun, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2016.
Child Care Tax Credit: Reminder for parents, Building a Business, Spring 2016.
How to talk to children about war and violence, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2016.
Infant caregiving: How to be responsive, Spring 2016.
Making inclusion work, Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2016.
Plan ahead for summer, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2016.
Vision impairments, Back to basics, Spring 2016.
Back to basics: Inclusive classrooms, Winter 2015.
Can’t breastfeed? Texas Parenting News, Winter 2015.
Doctor visits—even when children are healthy, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2015.
Help children manage anger, Winter 2015.
Tips for preventing challenging behavior, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2015.
Tips for talking with children, Winter 2015.
Why take preschoolers to the library, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2015.
Back to basics: Child guidance: Getting inside the child’s world, Fall 2015.
Early Childhood Intervention: Building motor skills
Help children with social/emotional learning, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2015.
Little Free Library: Start one? Texas Parenting News, Fall 2015.
Plan ahead for holiday visits, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2015.
Plan for higher education, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2015.
Preventing tragedy during meal times, Child Care Licensing, Fall 2015.
Welcome back! Helping young children return to your program after hospitalization by Nanci Weinberger, Fall 2015
Child guidance: School-agers, Back to basics, Summer 2015.
Immunization: Help parents get accurate information, Building a business, Summer 2015.
Keep children safe in summer, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2015.
Prevent dog bites, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2015.
Prevent illness from waterborne germs, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2015.
Prevent Salmonella illness, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2015.
Returning home after flooding, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2015.
Use of restrictive equipment, Child Care Licensing, Summer 2015.
What is ECI? by Holly Cooper, Early Childhood Intervention, Summer 2015.
Child guidance: Preschoolers, Back to basics, Spring 2015.
Identifying infants and young children with visual impairments by Holly Cooper, Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2015.
Introducing the elementary school counselor, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2015.
What’s wrong with spanking?, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2015.
When thunder roars, go indoors, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2015.
Child guidance: Toddlers, Back to Basics, Winter 2014.
Help prevent respiratory illness—and entervirus, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2014.
Putting family first, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2014.
Prepare for emergencies, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2014.
Recognizing developmental red flags, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2014.
Keep children in school despite loss of home, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2014.
Support for early care and education, Workforce Development, Fall 2014.
What children need at home, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2014.
“What did you do at school today?” Communicating classroom happenings with parents by Amanda Rutter, Fall 2014.
What’s in your medicine cabinet?, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2014.
When to talk to children about alcohol’s dangers, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2014.
Are you a Texas vet? Texas Parenting News, Summer 2014.
Fear of vaccines threatens everyone, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2014.
Infant and toddler feeding, Early Childhood Intervention, Summer 2014.
On second thought…. Why some families don’t seem involved by Kimberlee Spencer, Summer 2014.
Mom versus Dad: Banish the stereotype, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2014.
Pregnant? Feed yourself and your baby well, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2014.
Supporting breastfeeding mothers and infants, Child Care Licensing, Summer 2014.
Tips for picky eaters, Summer 2014.
Can preschoolers have concussions?, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2014.
Father-child interactions: Effects of financial stress and couple conflict by Shann Hwa Hwang, Nerissa LeBlanc Gillum, John Garcia, Felicia Murray, and Theresa Lindsey, Spring 2014.
Promoting social development, Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2014.
Helping children attain a healthy weight, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2014.
Summer: Escape the routine, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2014.
Help children develop social skills, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2013.
Pregnant? Get pertussis vaccination, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2013.
Promoting cognitive development, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2013.
School success: What’s your attitude? Texas Parenting News, Winter 2013.
Bullying: It can happen at home too, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2013.
Help build fine motor skills, Early Childhood Intervention, Fall 2013.
Helping parents understand and foster their child’s literacy development by Elena Lopez, Fall 2013.
Making time for kids: Get organized, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2013.
Simplify birthday parties, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2013.
Help build gross motor skills, Early Childhood Intervention, Summer 2013.
Popular drinks: Double whammy in sugar and caffeine, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2013.
Prepare for emergencies, Child Care Licensing, Summer 2013.
Prevent pertussis, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2013.
School starts soon: Drive safely, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2013.
Avoid distracted driving: “One call or text would wreck it all,” Texas Parenting News, Spring 2013.
Family gathering this summer? Don’t forget the kids, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2013.
Family involvement: A key quality indicator, Spring 2013
When tragedy strikes, help children cope, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2013.
Autism: Where to find accurate information, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2012.
Dental health: Frequent questions—and some you didn’t think to ask, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2012.
Sugar: Don’t let labels fool you, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2012.
What to do with leftover turkey, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2012.
Re-thinking assumptions about child-rearing, , Fall 2012.
Choosing a doctor for your child, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2012.
Disinfectants in the bathroom: Use them sensibly, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2012.
A look at the social and emotional development of infants and toddlers, Early Childhood Intervention, Summer 2012.
Portfolios: A way of assessing a preschooler’s progress, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2012.
Scolding can hurt more than help, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2012.
Baby and toddler games, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2012.
How to handle toddler hitting, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2012.
How to refer children with suspected hearing loss, Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2012.
Plan summer reading activities, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2012.
Reflecting children's cultures and languages in Ms. Macy's early childhood classroom by Hyunju Lee, Spring 2012.
Sequence and milestones: Planning for meaningful learning and authentic assessment, Spring 2012.
What’s wrong with TV and video for babies? Spring 2012.
What’s wrong with TV and video for babies? Texas Parenting News, Spring 2012.
Who’s most at risk for child abuse? Infants, Spring 2012.
Character traits help children succeed in school and in life, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2011.
During pregnancy, take precautions with pets, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2011.
Free and easy sock crafts, Winter 2011.
Healthy—and creative—super bowl snacks, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2011.
What is assistive technology? Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2011.
Which character traits help children succeed? by Barbara Langham, Winter 2011.
Are your kids on Facebook?, Fall 2011, Texas Parenting News.
Eggs: What you need to know, Fall 2011. Texas Parenting News.
Fluorescent lighting: Function, energy use, cost, and safety, Fall 2011.
bullet “I want my mommy,” Guiding children at naptime by Ramona Freeman and Courtney Wright, Fall 2011.
Resources (for inclusion) and ordering, Fall 2011, Early Childhood Intervention.
Save energy and money with fluorescent bulbs, Fall 2011. Texas Parenting News.
As American as apple pie: Helping children understand and celebrate patriotism, Summer 2011, page 8.
Developmental stuttering: A transition between early talking and eloquent speech by Kate Anderson, Summer 2011, page 24.
Inclusion practices for children with developmental delays or disabilities, Summer 2011, Early Childhood Intervention, page 23.
Is your baby sick? Texas Parenting News, Summer 2011, center pullout.
Move it: Build self-esteem and self-efficacy while fighting childhood obesity by Kelly Allums-Featherston and Katherine Kensinger Rose, Summer 2011, page 38.
Teach children about summer safety, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2011, center pullout.
Use books to build math skills, Texas Parenting News, Summer 2011, center pullout.
Ideas for family fun, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2011, center pullout.
Monster under the bed? Texas Parenting News, Spring 2011, center pullout.
Providing milk for your baby, Texas Parenting News, Spring 2011, center pullout.
Spring garden, Parents Bulletin Board, Spring 2011, inside back cover.
Resources (for inclusion), Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2011, page 23.
Avoid holiday stress, Parents Bulletin Board, Winter 2010, inside back cover.
How does your child talk and hear?, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2010, center pullout.
Keeping loved ones informed about illness through a new website, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2010, center pullout.
Plastics: Another chemical threat?, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2010, center pullout.
Know someone with a drinking problem?, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2010, center pullout.
Resources (for inclusion), Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2010, page 23.
Teacher preparation: Exploring culture and identity by Helen Mele Robinson, Winter 2010, page 2.
What’s so wrong about children watching TV?, Texas Parenting News, Winter 2010, center pullout.
Assistive technology, Early Childhood Intervention, Fall 2010, page 23.
Crying babies: Answering the call of infant cries by Melode Faris and Elizabeth McCarroll, Fall 2010, page 14.
Expanding opportunities in Texas (Inclusive child care), Fall 2010, page 22.
Get more art into your life, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2010, center pullout.
Move it, Parents bulletin board, Fall 2010, inside back cover.
Read to your children, Texas Parenting Newss, Fall 2010, center pullout.
Respond promptly to baby’s cries, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2010, center pullout.
How does room arrangement affect learning? , Summer 2010, center pullout.
Make family bulletin boards come to life: 10 ideas, Summer 2010, page 40.
Parents as partners--and customers by Cathy Abraham, Summer 2010, page 2.
Should you worry about children lying? , Summer 2010, center pullout.
Ten tips for partnering with your child’s teacher, , Summer 2010, center pullout.
When swimming, stay within arm’s reach of your child, Parents bulletin board, Summer 2010, inside back cover.
Be counted in the 2010 Census, , Spring 2010, center pullout.
Doctors revise treatment for ear infections, , Spring 2010, center pullout.
Get REAL: Leading through respect, example, attitude, and love by Charlotte Anderson, Spring 2010, page 16.
Heavyweight or healthy weight?, , Spring 2010, center pullout.
Heavyweight or healthy weight? Teaching children about food and fitness, Spring 2010, page 24.
Promoting cultural and linguistic diversity: Supporting bilingualism in the early childhood classroom by Melissa Cavaluzzi, Spring 2010, page 2.
Quick tips for healthy snacks, Parents bulletin board, Spring 2010, inside back cover.
When to de-mystify the Tooth Fairy?, , Spring 2010, center pullout.
How to encourage Hispanic family involvement by Claudia Sanchez, Bridget Walsh, and Katherine K. Rose, Winter 2009, page 24.
House calls for parents?, , Winter 2009, center pullout.
Is your child on the road to reading?, , Winter 2009, center pullout.
It’s not your father’s school anymore, , Winter 2009, center pullout.
No videos for baby, , Winter 2009, center pullout.
Resolutions for 2010, Winter 2009, Parents Bulletin Board, inside back cover.
Support for teachers and caregivers, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2009, page 23.
Take precautions with pets, , Winter 2009, center pullout.
Crybaby: Child’s problem or yours, , Fall 2009, center pullout.
Keep it level (guidance), Fall 2009, Parents Bulletin Board, inside back cover.
Making math fun, , Fall 2009, center pullout.
Questions about transitions, Early Childhood Intervention, Fall 2009, page 23.
Schools can’t do it alone, , Fall 2009, center pullout.
Shrimp OK, shark no, , Fall 2009, center pullout.
Children bored?, , Summer 2009, center pullout.
Questions about premature infants, Early Childhood Intervention, Summer 2009, page 23.
Six things caregivers wish parents would do, , Summer 2009, center pullout.
Summer reading—It’s cool, Parents bulletin board, Summer 2009, inside back cover.
Use conversations, not lectures, , Summer 2009, center pullout.
Help children learn to read: Connect popular culture print to classroom instruction by Debbie Vera and Nancy Compean-Garcia, Spring 2009, page 24.
In an uncertain economy, be certain about children’s care, , Spring 2009, center pullout.
Stressed? Keep anger in check, , Spring 2009, center pullout.
Use everyday print to build reading skills, , Spring 2009, center pullout.
When you feel the sun, find the shade, Parents bulletin board, Spring 2009, inside back cover.
“Back is best” for babies, , Winter 2008, center pullout.
Enhancing family involvement by Genan T. Anderson and Anita Spainhower, Winter 2008, page 2.
How to support bilingualism in early childhood by M. Victoria Rodríguez, Winter 2008, page 24.
I can read too! Making and using dual language books in the classroom by Maggie McGuire and Helen Berg, Winter 2008, page 16.
Learning a second language, , Winter 2008, center pullout.
Re-think sleeping with your baby, Parents bulletin board, Winter 2008, inside back cover.
Save money—and the environment, , Winter 2008, center pullout.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome—New recommendations, Winter 2008, page 40.
Choose a program that fits your child, , Fall 2008, center pullout.
Family fun with tools, , Fall 2008, center pullout.
How to communicate with people with disabilities, , Fall 2008, center pullout.
Learn more about parenting, , Fall 2008, center pullout.
Why can’t we say ‘handicapped’?, Fall 2008, page 40.
Vote, Parents bulletin board, Fall 2008, inside back cover.
Donate blood, Parents bulletin board, Summer 2008, inside back cover.
Help toddlers learn self-help skills, , Summer 2008, center pullout.
Toilet training: Is the child ready?, , Summer 2008, center pullout.
What about music lessons?, , Summer 2008, center pullout.
Car safety seats, Parents bulletin board, Spring 2008, inside back cover.
“Stop picking on me!” , Spring 2008, center pullout.
“Stop picking on me!” What you need to know about bullying, Spring 2008, page 2.
Think about your family’s future, , Spring 2008, center pullout.
Tips for terrific teeth, , Spring 2008, center pullout.
ADHD: Leave the diagnosis to the doctor, Winter 2007, page 24.
ECI resources, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2007, page 23.
If your child has cold symptoms, Parents bulletin board, Winter 2007, inside back cover.
Manage the morning rush, , Winter 2007, center pullout.
Tips for helping overly active children, , Winter 2007, center pullout.
To bed, to bed, sleepyhead! , Winter 2007, center pullout.
How do they do it? Second language acquisition in early childhood, Fall 2007, page 24.
Money: Learning about dollars and cents, Fall 2007, page 8.
Brain games for baby; Helping children cope with divorce, , Summer 2007, center pullout.
The brain-like a muscle?; Protect children from the sun, , Summer 2007, center pullout.
Slip, Slop, Slap, Summer 2007, Parents bulletin board.
Get it. Use it (CHIP/Children's Medicaid), Spring 2007, Parents bulletin board, inside back cover.
Take time to play with your child; Sticks and stones: When words can hurt; How can you tell if your preschooler is learning? , Spring 2007, center pullout.
Teach children about money, Purple squiggles: How do you respond?; Get flu shots for kids every year, , Fall 2007, center pullout.
Your child's brain on hugs, Fall 2007, Parents bulletin board.
How can I build a partnership with my child's teachers? Winter 2006, Parents bulletin board.
"I'm a boy, but I'm pretending to be a girl"; Top 10 tips for enjoying winter holidays; Hidden threats to learning; Is your child a picky eater? , Winter 2006, center pullout.
Crying when you leave?; Take steps to prevent a flu outbreak; Help children recover from disaster; Babies differ in temperament, , Fall 2006, center pullout.
What can I do to help my child learn at home? Fall 2006, Parents bulletin board.
Say what you mean, and mean what you say-Why consistency matters; Have fun in water, but be safe; Cheap and easy mini vacations; Protect children from secondhand smoke; Find the right safety seat for your child, , Summer 2006, center pullout.
What can I do to help my child's teacher? Summer 2006, Parents bulletin board.
Learning the ABCs; Cook smart! Eat smart!; The Internet: Help your child learn to use it properly, , Spring 2006, center pull out.
How do I know what's happening during my child's day? Spring 2006, Parents bulletin board.
Get a library card: It's easy and it's free, Winter 2005, Parents bulletin board.
Make time and space for pretend play; Getting a divorce? Put kids first by co-parenting; Dressing baby: A time for learning; The public library: It's not as scary as you think, , Winter 2005, center pullout.
Parent bulletin boards: Communicate with style, Winter 2005, page 20.
Help your child be a successful reader; Turn off the TV: Get a hand on learning, , Fall 2005, center pullout.
Take time out and have a real conversation with your child, Fall 2005, Parents bulletin board.
Enhance your child's creativity; Prevent pest infestations; Fight BAC (bacteria); Head lice, , Summer 2005, center pullout.
Build your child's self-esteem; Prevent child sexual abuse; Tax benefits and credits-for you?, , Spring 2005, center pullout.
Every day people worldwide light up 15 billion cigarettes, Spring 2005, Parents bulletin board.
What are the best gifts for your children?, Winter 2004, Parents bulletin board.
What makes a toy educational?; Dad, you're important; Encourage your daughter in sports, Should you get a pet?; Discover your family health history, , Winter 2004, center pullout.
Register to vote, register your voice, Fall 2004, Parents bulletin board.
Shorten those car trips; Re-thinking holiday celebrations; Grocery store games; So if it isn't sugar..., , Fall 2004, center pullout.
When kids quarrel; Make a sock doll; Games for families, , Summer 2004, center pullout.
Fetal alcohol syndrome: How you can help, Spring 2004, page 10.
Help your baby get a great start in life, Spring 2004, Parents bulletin board.
Type 2 diabetes: Is your family at risk?; Need information? Call 2-1-1; College: Plant the seed, , Spring 2004, center pullout.
When children play "bad guys": What you can do; Telling family stories, , Winter 2003, center pullout.
Avoid common parenting pitfalls; Get ready for cold and flu season; Borrow books from the state's Brown-Heatly Library, Texas Parenting News, Fall 2003, center pullout.
Childhood obesity: The caregiver's role, Summer 2003, page 28.
Improving parental involvement: 10 tips for success, Summer 2003, page 24.
Smart talk: Pave the way for reading; Help your child attain a healthy weight; Candles banned, , Summer 2003, center pullout.
Keep children healthy: Prevent and curb infections; Antibiotic-resistant bacteria: What you can do; ASK about guns, , Spring 2003, center pullout.
Yes, Michael: Reflections on how inclusion can build social skills, Spring 2003, page 24.
How's your baby? (early intervention), Winter 2002, Parents bulletin board.
Learning with computers; Save for your child's education; Save on income taxes, , Winter 2002, center pullout.
Terrific toddlers—Tips for supporting development; Fun with boxes; Choose high quality care, , Fall 2002, center pullout.
Helping young children manage stress; Prevent back injury, , Summer 2002, center pullout.
How to approach parents (about developmental delay or disability), Ask ECI, Summer 2002, page 23.
Guidance techniques that work; When parenting gets tough; When a partner gets abusive, , Spring 2002, center pullout.
Children's curiosities: Nasty or normal?; When you visit a farm or petting zoo, , Winter 2001, center pullout.
Keeping children safe, Winter 2001, Parents bulletin board.
Help your children learn to write; Your child's first shoes, Left or right hand?; Learning to use the potty; Great toys for babies; Hiring a babysitter, , Fall 2001, center pullout.
Think HALT, Fall 2001, Parents bulletin board.
Children with special needs: Helping parents through the grief, Summer 2001, page 10.
Get the facts about vaccines, Summer 2001, Parents bulletin board.
Separation and divorce: Supporting children and families in times of stress, Summer 2001, page 16.
Visually impaired children, Ask ECI, Summer 2001, page 9.
Children need support, Spring 2001, Parents bulletin board.
Help children-and their families-learn basic fire safety, Spring 2001, page 10.
Reclaim outdoor play; Talk about fire safety, , Spring 2001, center pullout.
Write it down or forget it: How to write anecdotal records, Winter 2000, page 2.
Breaking the silence: Helping battered moms and their children, Winter 2000, page 18.
The adventures of a guinea pig: Sharing a class with children and their families, Fall 2000, page10.
Get involved in your child's school, Fall 2000, Parents bulletin board.
Hey Dads! Are you involved?; Ideas for displaying children's work; Make clay and dough; New program helps families, , Fall 2000, center pullout.
Involving fathers in the preschool classroom, Fall 2000, page 2.
Helping a child with cerebral palsy, Summer 2000, page 17.
Ready for kindergarten?; Wash hands to prevent illness; Prevent disease while swimming, , Summer 2000, center pullout.
Ready for school? Tips for success, Summer 2000, page 18.
Reflections on crisis management, Summer 2000, page 10.
Water play for summer fun, Summer 2000, Parents bulletin board.
Bilingual web site serves "cyberactive" families, Winter 1999, page 22.
Encourage scribbling: It's you child's way of writing, Winter 1999, Parents bulletin board.
Learning math-at home; Collecting family history, , Winter 1999, center pullout.
Starting on the write foot: Helping parents understand how children learn to read and write, Winter 1999, page 2.
When something isn't right: Developmental delays and disabilities, Winter 1999, page 18.
Working together to work out conflicts, Winter 1999, page 10.
CPR reminders, Fall 1999, Parents bulletin board.
For better nutrition, think '5 a day,' , Fall 1999, center pullout.
Confronting nightmares, Summer 1999, Parents bulletin board.
I want my blankey; Biting-a painful message; Trash to treasures-an ABC of collectibles, , Summer 1999, center pullout.
Saying goodbye: Making hard transitions easier, Summer 1999, page 8.
Understanding and preventing toddler biting, Summer 1999, page 12.
Household objects make great toys, Spring 1999, Parents bulletin board.
Infant toys you can make; Prevent dog bites; When you get off the bike, take off your helmet, , Spring 1999, center pullout.
Getting your child started in sports; Help your child succeed in school; Are you using care seats safely?; Plan to breastfeed your baby, , Winter 1998, center pullout.
Let's celebrate family diversity, Winter 1998, page 2.
Dealing with anger, Winter 1998, Parents bulletin board.
Dear Ettie Ket, Fall 1998, Parents bulletin board.
Discipline for children with disabilities, Ask Dr. Klein, Fall 1998, page 22.
Positive discipline: Six strategies for guiding behavior, Fall 1998, center pullout.
Art changes children's lives, Good news, Summer 1998, page 7.
Bringing together families and books, Summer 1998, page 2.
Field trip planning made easy, Summer 1998, page 24.
Reading aloud to young children, Summer 1998, Parents bulletin board.
Tips for parents on field trips; Try these finger plays with your baby; Tips for rearing heart-healthy, active children; Developmentally appropriate activities-for the home, Texas Parenting News, Summer 1998, center pullout.
Bedwetting, Ask Dr. Klein, Spring 1998, page 22.
Free SIDS materials for parents of infants, Good news, Spring 1998, page 7.
Help prevent SIDS, Spring 1998, Parents bulletin board.
Reading: Practical ideas for parents, , Spring 1998, center pullout.