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The Power of TALKing Early and Often with Young Children

Rollins Staff July 23, 2021

Did you know that vocabulary development begins long before children know how to speak? From birth to pre-k, children’s brains develop faster than at any other point in their development. They yearn to soak up…


Using Open-Ended Questions to Engage Your Child in Meaningful Conversation

Rollins Staff June 18, 2020

“Why don’t I have a tail?” “Why do zebras have stripes?” “Why do birds poop on cars?” Kids are full of questions – some we wish someone else could answer! I may not have all…


Language Nutrition: Keeping Your Child’s Brain Healthy and Strong

Rollins Staff May 13, 2020

We all know proper nutrition and regular exercise are very important for our children’s bodies to grow (and stay) strong and healthy. But did you know nutrition and exercise also play a big part in…


Lifting Language: How to Help Grow Your Child’s Vocabulary This Spring

Rollins Staff May 4, 2020

I love springtime! I think it’s the newness it brings: the bright green grass and leaves, the tiny buds just waiting to open, blue skies, rain showers and birds chirping. Spring is just so… refreshing…


Responsive Interactions & Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

Rollins Staff April 29, 2020

REDUCE! REUSE! RECYCLE! This Earth Day TALK, READ, PLAY theme is filled with learning opportunities for you and your child that will last long beyond Earth Day – which really is what Earth Day is…


Talk, Read, & Play 101

Rollins Staff April 2, 2020

As we settle into this “new normal,” many of us are trying to find the answer to the same question. What should at-home learning look like for my family? You may be feeling overwhelmed balancing…


Let’s Play: Words & Sounds

Rollins Staff April 1, 2020

“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great… FALL!” “The itsy, bitsy spider crawled up the water spout. Down came the rain and washed the spider… OUT!” It’s nearly impossible to resist…


Thriving in the “New Normal” Through Predictability and Routine

Rollins Staff March 31, 2020

In these unprecedented recent events, most families have had their daily schedules and routines turned upside down. And because no one is really sure how long this will last, or exactly what the future looks…


Let’s Play: Math Games to Enjoy at Home

Rollins Staff March 30, 2020

While many of us are spending a lot more time at home, you may be struggling to think of ways to continue your child’s cognitive development and still take care of household chores.  Use these…


Let’s Play: Fun Vocabulary-Building Games for the Whole Family

Rollins Staff March 26, 2020

Family game night is a wonderful way to bond, relax a bit, and have fun during these challenging times. Here are two easy vocabulary-building games you can play as a family. I’m Thinking of a…


Week of Play Activities

Rollins Staff March 24, 2020

Many families with young children are without childcare, and are quickly becoming familiar with the challenges of facilitating learning at home in an engaging way. During this time, we’re encouraging parents to first, take a…


Talk, Read, Play

Rollins Staff March 20, 2020

At-Home Learning Is All About Talk, Read, and Play ¿Habla español? ¡Haga clic aquí para esta experiencia gratis en español! The Cox Campus recognizes there are many new circumstances all families are dealing with right…