We are thrilled to have Sheree Lee, founder of Tane Organics, explain her love of organics and how Tane came to be. We also learn about her involvement with the “I AM THE WORLD Campaign,” and the creation of the “I am world globe.” We at Sprout love the Tane brand for both it's wonderfully… Read more »
Category: At Play
Playtime is more than fun and games with tips from Sprout it’s safe and educational, too! We keep you up to date on the latest research into keeping toys healthy, safe, and free from harmful chemicals. From play dates to relaxing at home, we’ve got you covered.
By Kristin Michaelson, M.Ed Literacy is a process that begins with the simple experiences of hearing language from caregivers and the shared reading and handling of books. To encourage literacy development at home: talk to (and with) your child, create a print-rich environment, sing songs, and read books together. Read on for more specific activities,… Read more »
I started taking baby sign language classes with my daughter Hannah because I thought it would be a fun and useful activity that would enable her to tell me when she was hungry or tired. It has become so much more for us. It has been a wonderful way for now 18-month-old Hannah to communicate… Read more »
We all know how crazy it can be when packing for a trip for you and your family…let alone remembering to pack healthy snacks and safe products to use while on your trip. Luckily, there are new products that make it very easy to travel without sacrificing your health. Here are our tips and suggestions… Read more »
Gently massaging your baby offers benefits to both you and your baby. In addition to the physical and mental health benefits, the massage can also be a wonderful bonding experience. Massaging your baby helps to relax both parent and baby, and can promote healthy growth and weight gain, and aid in circulation and digestion for… Read more »
Did you know that just by playing with your infant you can help encourage her speech and language development? We spend so much time assisting our children through day-to-day routines that we often forget to get down on the floor and just play. We spoke with Amy Keller, M.S. CCC-SLP, a speech- language pathologist who… Read more »