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Publication Family Engagement in Early Childhood Settings in North Dakota: An Infographic Exploration
For children ages birth to 5, the best development occurs as families and early childhood professionals share understanding about best practices in nurturing young children. Family engagement matters! Shared activities improve mutual understanding and promote children’s healthy development.
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Publication D source code Opportunities for Family Engagement in Early Childhood
Supporting young children through family engagement opportunities is a key to healthy child development. Engage your child and pursue options to score success with family engagement!
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Publication ECMAScript program Grandparenting in Unique Circumstances
Grandparents occurs in a variety of unique circumstances, including situations of divorce, immigration, blended families or other contexts. This bulletin explores grandparenting in unique circumstances and how grandparents can navigate family transitions, in-law relationships, and other family situations.
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Publication Family Engagement in Early Childhood Settings in North Dakota: Opportunities, Barriers and Parent Preferences (Executive Summary)
Early childhood education programs and resources can provide important benefits to young children and their families between birth and five years of age. This report shares key findings from research in North Dakota on family engagement opportunities, issues and preferences among parents and early childhood professionals.
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Publication chemical/x-pdb A Resource Menu for Family Engagement
Family engagement focuses on building positive relationships and supporting children and families. This document provides a menu of resources and organizations for understanding and promoting family engagement in early childhood settings.
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Publication Financial Values, Attitudes and Goals
Your goals start as a dream, but with financial planning, determination and communication, you can make them a reality. This publication provides information and activities for goal setting so you can get what you really want out of life.
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Publication x-conference/x-cooltalk To Buy or Rent? The Choice
Owning your own home no longer may be a practical possibility for many lower- and middle-income Americans. Real estate prices have risen nearly out of reach for many, and the investment benefits of home ownership have diminished. For many people, renting has become increasingly popular as the preferred housing choice in the 21st century. Whether you choose to rent or buy, housing is the single largest budget item for most families.
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Publication Youth Mental Health: How Adults Can Prevent, Recognize and Intervene with Mental Disorders
Mental disorders are prevalent among today's youth. However, an increasing number of disorders are left unnoticed or untreated. Many adults are unaware of the growing numbers, warning signs, and risk factors associated with youth mental disorders. It is important for caring adults to know how to recognize these warning signs in order to intervene effectively and promote positive mental health for youth in our schools and communities.
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Publication The Art of Grandparenting No. 9: Grandparenting and Financial Assistance to Grandchildren
Grandparents often extend financial help to grandchildren. Grandparents can assist a grandchild with financial needs, make investments in a grandchild's future, and teach money management lessons. This bulletin highlights key ideas and resources in extending financial assistance to grandchildren.
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Publication The Art of Grandparenting No. 7: Grandparenting at a Distance
Grandparenting at a distance is more common in today's era. If separated by distance, grandparents may have concerns about missing important milestones or losing touch with grandkids. This bulletin shares strategies for using communication tools and other resources to stay connected with grandchildren at a distance.
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