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Quality at home can be simple and quick! It doesn’t take a lot of time, money or materials. Once you start working nurturing interactions into your everyday habits, it becomes second nature!

Have a little downtime in the car or store?

Make conversation with your child.

Have a pen handy?

Doodle something fun together.

Have a song in your head?

Hum, whistle or dance it out.

Have a ton to do?

Figure out how to do it together.

Have something to read?

Read it out loud, even if your child won’t understand.

Have a little time?

Explore this website from top to bottom for ideas, tips and resources that will enrich your family’s lives and prepare your kids for success.

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