Before we head out for a lovely weekend, we’re looking back on the past week and checking out what is in store for the next one. On Tuesday, we released the March edition of our Newsletter, which includes FREE community events, resources for parents and providers, and tips on teaching little ones about Women’s History Month. If you missed this excellent publication, be sure to check it out!

In our BANANA Bites column, we covered 5 Top Tips for staying connected with relatives who live far away. From sharing family recipes to planting a tree in a grandparent’s honor, we offered ideas that kids will enjoy and loved ones will appreciate. If YOU have a question for the Bunch, send an email to elyce@bananasinc.org and you could be featured in our next issue!

On Twitter, we reminded parents the value of reading to babies to help encourage brain development (gotta #TalkReadSingPlay!) and guided readers to important safety tips for Poison Prevention Week.

Next week we are excited to be offering an amazing parenting workshop on What Great Parents Do (Wednesday) and an informative provider training on the Business Administration Scale (Saturday). And don’t miss the next BANANA Bites column when we will be bringing clarity to the hot topic of transitional kindergartens. If you’re not entirely sure what they are or whether they’re the right fit for your little one, tune in next week for all the details.

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