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PARENTS & CAREGIVERS
One great way to keep your
children reading is to have them join the Be Creative @ Fairhope
Public Library summer reading program.
The Fairhope Public
Library Summer Reading Program is a fun way to include reading and
related activities into summer family time. It helps children
maintain and improve reading skills.
Reading expert, Stephen
Children read more when they listen to and discuss
Reading skills grow by reading.
Reading helps improve children's writing.
Read to young children daily.
Read a chapter book to your school-age children by reading aloud one
or two chapters every day.
Encourage your children to spend time reading and looking at books.
Talk with your children about what they are reading.
Summer programs are available for your
Fairhope Public Library.
Visit the Fairhope
Public Library and ...
READ. DISCOVER. HAVE FUN!!!!!
FYI (info on the
KidsHealth is the largest and most-visited site on the Web providing
doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through
PHP provides education and skills training, information, guidance, and peer
support for families with the unexpected diagnosis of and ongoing impact of
childhood disabilities, including but not limited to intellectual, learning or
physical disabilities and special health care needs.
you'll find information about your child's development from birth through the
early school years. And you'll find lots of fun educational activities for your
children to help get them ready for school. Our PBS Parents Guides address
important aspects of your child's early years such as school readiness and
social and emotional development. You can also find information about your
children's favorite PBS KIDS programs: schedules for your local area,
educational activities related to the programs, explanations of educational
goals and even help throwing a PBS KIDS birthday party!
Launched in 1996 as the first parenting site on the Web, Family Education has
become the Internet's most-visited site for parents who are involved, committed,
and responsive to their families' needs.
You can help your son or daughter make healthy choices, including deciding to
wait until marriage to have sex. 4parents.gov can help you talk to your child,
pre-teen, or teen early and often about waiting to have sex, what happens as he
or she grows, and other important topics.
Welcome to the Powerful Bones. Powerful Girls.™
Web site. As the parent of a growing girl, you do lots of things to keep her as
healthy and happy as possible. But did you know that her bones need your
Registered charity, offering support to anyone parenting a child. Free phone
helpline, courses for parents, innovative projects and information for parents.
Parenting materials are
available in the Youth Services Department.