An enriched play environment is critical to a baby's development and teaches skills he/she will use later in life.
Dads play a critical role in their children's literacy development — by modeling reading, sharing stories, exploring the world together, and engaging in meaningful conversations that build critical thinking skills.
1-4 Weeks Old: 15 - 16 hours per day, 1-4 Months Old: 14 - 15 hours per day, 4-12 Months Old: 14 - 15 hours per day, 1-3 Years Old: 12 - 14 hours per day, and
3-6 Years Old: 10 - 12 hours per day.
ParentSmart families enjoying musical activities during Story Time with the York County Library.
ParentSmart toddler working on problem solving skills and learning new colors during Family Literacy Early Childhood classes.
Please review the new schedule to find out when you can have your car seat checked.
Come join us on December 11th and receive FREE baby gifts while supplies last.