- The Washington Times - Sunday, December 2, 2001

Books

• "The Parents' & Teachers' Guide to Helping Young Children Learn: Creative Ideas From 35 Respected Experts," edited by Betty Farber, Preschool Publications, 1997. Who needs toddler classes? Maybe your children, after you read how everyday activities can prepare them for the future.

• "Learning and Growing Together: Understanding and Supporting Your Child's Development," by Claire Lerner and Amy Laura Dombro, Zero to Three, 2000. This guide empowers parents to become their own best resource by helping them think in new ways about their child's development.

Association

• Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the healthy development of babies and young children. Address: 2000 M St. NW, Suite 200, Washington, D.C. 20036. Phone: 202/638-1144. Web site: www.zerotothree.org. The site includes "Parent Topics," which discuss developmental milestones, "Tip of the Week" and other information of interest to parents of toddlers.

Online

• Toddlers Today is an online community of parents of toddlers. The site (www.toddlerstoday.com), hosted by the multimedia Internet company IParenting.com, has boards, ideas, photographs and activities interesting to parents of preschoolers.

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