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Gryphon House Books
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An award-winning publisher of early childhood resources.
An award-winning publisher of early childhood resources.

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Happy Halloween from Gryphon House! Keep kids safe while trick or treating with these safety tips: http://bit.ly/1qHrk39
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Don't miss our Jump Into Learning Webinar with Rae Pica this Wednesday, 10/26 at 2pm EDT! This interactive session will cover the reasons why movement is an important part of learning and offer some fantastic ideas to try with your preschoolers!
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Want to know the truth about recess and why it matters so much? Read our latest blog!
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Colors, songs, counting, listening, communication and teamwork are just some of the things children can learn when playing parachute games! Try the activities in this free resource to get started:
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Do you have a place set up in your classroom where toddlers can go if they are experiencing negative emotions? A "calm down" space can help children learn to work through their feelings.
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Learning to read is the foundation for a lifetime of learning. Celebrate National Literacy Month with some of the activities in this free resource for emergent readers.
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Celebrate National Preparedness Month by talking to your children about what to do in the event of an emergency. Having a plan in place will not only make you child feel safer but it could save their life.

For more information about creating a family emergency plan, visit Ready.gov/September
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From phonemic awareness to growth in vocabulary, music activities for infants and toddlers are a wonderful way to aid in a child's speech development. Use this free resource to get started:
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Your child will likely change their mind many, many times over the years about what they would like to be when they grow up, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't talk about it. Talking with your child about their dreams and ways to achieve them is going to serve them well in the long run. Try this activity to get started: http://bit.ly/2bJKwg4
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As childhood #obesity continues to rise it's important to teach your child about exercise and healthy eating. Here are a few ideas for how you can encourage your family to be more physically active:
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