The Daily Vroom is an app that sends us ideas to build our children’s brains. It’s like a personal trainer. They are simple ideas that fit into our day. You will love the ideas and say, “Why didn’t I think … Continue reading
Thank you to Community Foundation for the grant to purchase children’s board books. Adams County Health Department nurses will continue to give families a new children’s book to help parents start the reading habit! … Continue reading
The Daily Vroom is an app that helps us enhance things we already do and helps spark new ideas that fit into our days. It’s like a personal trainer for simple and quick brain building ideas that we can do as … Continue reading
The more story time at home, the more brain activity that shows up on MRIs, according to a new study from Cincinnati’s Children Hospital. We have the power to shape our children’s futures! Read on!
Thank you Quincy Noon Kiwanis for helping us buy books for new moms and babies. United we can make a difference. … Continue reading
Reading to children early and often seems to have a meaningful impact on how a child’s brain processes stories and may help predict reading success in school according to researchers at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Research Center. Invest some snuggle time … Continue reading
Ready. Set. Grow. Adams County is recognized, by Bridging the Word Gap National Research Network, as one of 25 Word Gap Initiatives in the country. Adams County is learning that when we talk back-and-forth in a conversation with our little … Continue reading
On the very last day of school, a special group of third graders at Adams School learned a very important life lesson – it feels good to make a difference! The special group of students – the RSG Kids … Continue reading
Thank you Breakfast Kiwanis for the grant to provide books to new parents!
Quincy Medical Group physicians are giving all two-year-olds a book during their well child appointments, thanks to Quincy Medical Group Healthcare Foundation. How exciting that the book is BINGO, written by local third grade Ready Set Grow (RSG) Kids. “This book is a great tool … Continue reading