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Fall Parent Education Classes Start!

Peacock Family Center is happy to host a new series of Parent Education Workshops at our center on Wednesday evenings starting next week.  Facilitated by Shaeleen Stablefelt of Building Blocks, NW, topics will include: Why do kids do that?  Understanding the functions of behavior How to stop my child from grumbling? No more complaining, whining or being negative How can I help my child
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Super Sleep for Little Peeps

Dear Peacock Family Center parents: In today’s newsletter, I would like to focus on a very important topic in the early childhood environment, that of sleep. As we all know, sleep is essential for the healthy development of young childrens’ brains and bodies. Picture this scenario: A child regularly comes to school without adequate sleep for a variety of reasons. This child, as a
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February Learning Gems

Dear Community, February, the shortest month of the year has three predominant themes that run through it. The first is African American History month where in many communities and classrooms, important contributions that African Americans have made and their historic significance to our culture are highlighted and celebrated in all kinds of creative and inspiring ways. With young children, I have always loved to celebrate
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Peacock Launches Online Family Resource Directory

We are thrilled to announce we have launched the region’s first online directory for families seeking support services and resources in North Kitsap County. The database provides a listing of the area’s service providers, such as pediatricians, birth doulas, family therapists, occupational therapists, and lactation consultants. It also provides resources such as preschool listings, services for children with special needs, parenting support, and crisis
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Children, In the Moment

Dear Community, Here we are in August already, when summer is at its fullest. As we soak in the rays of summer’s sun, and begin to pick blackberries and watch our gardens ripen to their fullest, it is a time to also reflect on the abundance that we all have in our lives.  In today’s newsletter, I will be quoting from one of the sages
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