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Touch, talk, read, play in a new way at the Pink Palace more

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Free play grows a child’s knowledge of himself and his world. more

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The more words kids hear at home, the better they’ll be able to express themselves. more

We’ve been telling parents to Touch Talk Read Play (TTRP) with their kids for years, and the message is catching on. Parents and their children are enjoying growth together by interacting in these ... more

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May is a busy month in Memphis, with things to do blooming in every corner of the city. Festivals are packed with people; the Redbirds are playing ball; attractions like the zoo and botanic gardens... more

In his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama said, “Study after study shows that the sooner a child begins learning, the better he or she does down the road.” He’s right. Children wh... more

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Now that it's warmer, take baby outdoors to play more

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Cold temperatures don't have to limit play with baby more

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During election season, we are privileged to use an important tool with the power to benefit our children: The vote. On November 6th, Memphians will vote on Presidential and local candidates as... more

Baby's first three years critical to healthy brain development more

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If your child attended a good preschool last year, chances are he grew up, a lot. The classroom helps children gain independence and new skills. Here is what your kindergartner should be able to do... more

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The benefits of Touching, Talking, Reading, and Playing (TTRP) with your young child are monumental, promoting brain development and preparing her for a successful life as an adult.   Even befo... more

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The power of the human brain is amazing. Experts met at the Urban Child Institute to discuss the science of brains, and how to maximize early brain development.   Just the Facts At birt... more

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Sparking brain development Touching, talking with, reading to and playing with kids sparks brain development. These actions aren’t only filling your child’s brain with memories and information,... more

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How do kids learn to behave? By watching us. more

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Holidays sprinkle much needed levity into our lives, bringing friends and families together in meaningful ways. But as much fun as special occasions can be, family gatherings can also disrupt famil... more

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Babies speak to us early, with non-verbal cues. more

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April 20, 2018

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