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The Grandparent Guide: What’s New? What’s the Same?

If you’re a grandparent providing care for your preschool grandchildren, you may find you’re more patient and relaxed with your grandchildren than you were the first time.

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What’s New? What’s the Same?

The latest thinking on everything from spanking to unconditional love, summarized in just three pages. Download this handout.

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Making the Most of Everyday Moments

Being a grandparent allows you to rediscover the wonder of the world through the eyes of your grandchild. Here’s how. Download this handout.

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Limit-Setting for Little Ones

Experts say spanking should never be the answer to your discipline questions. Here’s why, and what you can do instead. Download this handout.

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Safe Sleep, Sweet Dreams

Place baby on his back to sleep in a crib without blankets, toys, or anything but him. Download this handout.

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Making the Most of Mealtimes

If mealtimes were a battleground during your son’s or daughter’s childhood, here’s good news. Download this handout.

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Screen Sense

Experts suggest limiting the time little ones spend with phones, tablets, and TV. Here’s what you need to know. Download this resource.


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