For online information about your child's EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, please visit:
International Reading Association
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Assocaiton for the Education of Young Children
BroFFA.org: BROOKLINE FAMILIES WITH FOOD ALLERGIES
BroFFA was developed in response to a growing need among families in Brookline to share information, tips, stories, and strategies in dealing with food allergies. Visit us at www.broffa.org.
The Brookline Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is an all-volunteer organization of parents of children with disabilities in the preschool, elementary school, high school, and in private schools who meet to learn more about special education in Brookline. We sponsor workshops, informational meetings, discussion groups, legislative lobbying efforts and a variety of other activities to help improve our children’s education.
COALITION OF BROOKLINE ASD PARENTS (COBAP)
Do you have a child on the autism spectrum (ASD)? Connect with other Brookline ASD parents through the Coalition of Brookline ASD Parents (COBAP). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please subscribe to our Yahoogroup! Visit www.yahoogroups.com and enter "COBAP" under "Find a Group." Then follow the subscription instructions.
The TOWN OF BROOKLINE offers many opportunities and support for families with young children:
Town of Brookline
INTERNET FUN FOR CHILDREN AGED 3-12 YEARS
Safe, fun Internet explorations for children. LittleClickers.com is dedicated to excellence in educational Web sites for children (aged 3-to 12-years), as judged by the picky editors of Children’s Technology Review magazine.
SELF HELP SKILLS
Seeking advice/information on teaching self-help skills to your preschooler? Check out the article at
for some helpful tips.
Good nutrition and a balanced diet will help your child grow up healthy. Whether your kid is a toddler or a teen, you can take steps to improve nutrition and encourage smart eating habits.
To read more, go to:
Healthy Eating Habits
Teaching Your Children How to Be Generous Rather than Greedy
10 Simple Ways to Combat Greed
10 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress
A Parent’s Guide to Low-Stress Holiday Shopping
Adopting Memory-Making Holiday Traditions
What Kids Really Want for the Holidays
Discover How Single Parents Conquer the Holiday Blues
How to Curb Your Child’s Appetite this Holiday Season
The following link goes to a YouTube video that tells an important tale regarding carseat safety: http://www.elitecarseats.com/New-on-ECS/5-point-harness/index.cat. Children must be seated in carriers and boosters appropriate to their age, size AND weight. Too often, younger children are using booster seats sooner than recommended.
THE BROOKLINE EARLY EDUCATION PROJECT
A 25-Year Follow-Up Study of a Family-Centered Early Health and Developmental Intervention
Please find the online version of this article, along with updated information and services at their Website.