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Art, Creativity and Music Apps for Early Learning

iPads will never replace the smell of freshly peeled crayons, but they can offer children a new way to create, complete with such features that might include using a camera, microphone or an "undo" option that encourages experimentation.
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Everyday Shapes

You can expand your children’s learning environment by helping them identify, create, name, and take apart shapes during your regular routines, activities, and discussions at home.
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Math and Literacy—The Perfect Pair

Looking for engaging ways to weave math into the day? You might find just what you’re looking for in your home or local library.
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Archive: Children's Champions

View the deep history of our advocacy efforts via the archive of our Children's Champion newsletters.
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Math Talk with Infants and Toddlers

From the moment they are born, babies begin to form ideas about math through everyday experiences and, most important, through interactions with trusted adults.
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Member Benefits and Options

NAEYC offers four membership categories—Entry Level, Standard, Premium, and Family—each with a unique set of benefits.
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Playing with Music at Home

Here are some tips on how your family can play with music and connect it to learning at home.
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Going Green at Home: Get Your Child Involved

Here are some ideas for involving your child in going green at home. You will reduce the resources your family uses, set a positive example, and help your child learn how to help take care of the world.
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