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Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, fingerplays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain.  This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.

Teaching your baby sign language enables you to communicate more effectively and supports emotional regulation in children. Babies respond early to positive reinforcement of their communication.

Teaching your baby sign language enables you to communicate more effectively and supports emotional regulation in children. Babies respond early to positive reinforcement of their communication.

Teaching your baby sign language enables you to communicate more effectively and supports emotional regulation in children. Babies respond early to positive reinforcement of their communication.