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January Classes!

Join us for our January classes! You must pre-register here on our website or by calling the APPLES office at 301-733-0000.

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1, 2, 3 MAGIC!

Who's in charge at your house? Disciplining a child can be a overwhelming task, so think of yourself as a wild animal trainer, and choose a gentle method of disciplining your child and repeat it until it works. 1, 2, 3 Magic Program was developed by Thomas W. Phelan, Ph.D., a registered clinical psychologist.

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How to Get Kids To Listen Without Nagging, Reminding, or Yelling

Have you ever said these words? “I’m trying not to yell…I really am.  But, it seems like that is the only way I can get my kids to listen to me.  Just don’t know what to do.  Help!”  This website contains an hour long webinar by Amy McCready from Positive Parenting Solutions, and is full of information on exactly WHY your children don’t listen and WHAT you can do about it.

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The Raising of America through Early Childhood Education

The Raising of America is an ambitious documentary series and public engagement campaign that seeks to reframe the way we look at early child health and development. It illustrates how a strong start for all our kids leads not only to better individual life course outcomes (learning, earning and physical and mental health) but also to a healthier, safer, better educated, more prosperous and equitable nation.

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Come out and show your support for APPLES

Ten Thousand Villages in Hagerstown, MD is hosting a holiday shopping fundraiser to benefit APPLES for Children, Inc. Western Maryland’s Child Care Resource & Referral Center.

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December Classes at APPLES

Join us for our December classes: MSDE Accreditation Orientation and Including all Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Changes to the Maryland Child Care Credential Program

We appreciate your cooperation during this time of transition.

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Coping with the Defiant Toddler

It is a toddler’s job to be defiant. This is the period in your child’s development when he or she begins to understand that they are separate from you and are naturally eager to seek out more independence and control over their world. The problem, of course, is that while their desire to be their own person is coming into full gear, toddlers have not yet mastered self-control. Read some tips on how to respond to your toddler’s defiant behavior.

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Engaging Curiosity in Children

There are many questions that your precocious child likely asks you. It’s not always easy to answer children’s questions, but encouraging their curiosity is an important part of helping them grow. For an example of some ways that you can encourage your child’s curiosity at home, click here.

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November Classes at APPLES

Join us for our November classes: Including All Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Supporting Breastfeeding in Child Care, and On Track: All Aboard for Developmental Progress Overview.

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