Monthly Archives: December 2011

Baby Lit Bits

Most babies love language.  They love hearing you talk, they love hearing you sing.  Did you notice how happy your baby got the first time they heard themselves make a purposeful noise?   But don’t forget the importance of nonsensical language.  … Continue reading

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Food Friday

Did you know “turnip” (like the vegetable) used to be a slang term for pocket watch? Join us on Food Fridays to learn about the things we eat (or don’t want to eat).

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Thinker Thursday

When Linus Yale invented the Yale lock in 1861, he probably didn’t know that Yale would become one of the most popular types of locks in the world.  But, the credit for the invention can’t go only to Yale.  Yale … Continue reading

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