Friday, May 6, 2022

May 2022 Newsletter

                         


Summer Fun
This year will be using T-shirts for our field trips. I am so excited to start using these.
Summer Fun Fee - $60.00(covers swimming cost & a few supplies)
Will be due May 27, 2022

Summer Schedule (We will be leaving about 30 mins prior to the times listed)
Mondays - Swimming - 11:30am - 3:00pm
Tuesdays - Splash Pad - 9:30am - 11:00am
Wednesdays - Park Day - 10:am - 11:00 am 
Thursdays - Movie Day - Home
Fridays - Water Fun - Home

NEW Merchandise


Saturday, July 23rd @ 2:00 PM

All current, past, and future students and parents, along with community supporters are invited.
Light appetizers, drinks, and a visit from.... https://www.kona-ice.com/

***Back-To-School Night Picnic***

MARK your CALENDARS .....Saturday, August 20, 2021 (Mandatory Meeting, if you miss it, please schedule a day and time to go over all the information)

We will be doing this year at the house.....YAY!!!!! This will be potluck style, so please watch for an email from signup genius. We will be providing fried chicken and some drinks.


National Accreditation
I have decided to apply for National Accreditation. Please be on the lookout for an email that will have the Parent's Guide to National Association of Family Child Care's (NAFCC) Accreditation booklet in it. This guide will have lots of questions and answers in it. 


***COVID Vaccine & UPDATE Information***
In order to protect ALL CHILDREN here at Angel Hugs Daycare (since children CANNOT get vaccinated yet), we are encouraging ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS 5+ to be vaccinated as this does not just affect one person, it affects Angel Hugs Daycare as a WHOLE COMMUNITY. With children being HUGE carriers, with the data showing they DO NOT ALWAYS show symptoms, and with the variants that are more contagious.....This is SUPER IMPORTANT that ALL 5+ in our childcare community try to protect all the kids in my facility. 

-What that means is a child could have the virus, have no symptoms, attend childcare, and then infect another child.

So, I am asking that ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBER 5+ be vaccinated for COVID-19, out of respect for ALL CHILDREN involved here.

Please see attached Visitor Policy & COVID - New Mask Guidance & Vaccines at Angel Hugs Daycare Email to the newsletter email

****NEW INFORMATION****
NO CHILD will be able to attend childcare with symptoms listed in Symptoms at Home or Addressing Symptoms at School below WITHOUT a Negative PCR test or molecular rapid COVID test or 10 days of isolation unless the symptom has resolved within the first 24 hours. Any symptom of COVID is basically to be treated as COVID until proven otherwise, is what we have been told to do by Jefferson County Public Health Department.

REMEMBER 3W's
-Wear masks
-Withstand your distance
-Wash your hands


ELV Online System
Please continue to keep all information up to date on Early Learning Ventures.

***RESOURCE LIST***
The list of resources has been added to Angel Hugs Daycare Facebook Page, in order for parents to have access to this information at all times. We never know what life throws at us. This list of resources has numbers for food banks, emergency housing, hospitals, and many other helpful things parents may need.

***NEW Illness Policy & Check-up***
There is a NEW STRICTLY ENFORCED ILLNESS POLICY CDC requires us to follow: NO sneezing, coughing, and fevered children. If your child comes down with an illness, we will be following the CDPHE guidelines that are current for that time.

Temperature over 100 degrees F is considered a fever according to the CDC. For all other illnesses I will be following The Children's Hospital & CDC as to when to keep your child home with you. Just remember that a lot of illnesses are contagious before symptoms appear, including the actual Flu, COVID, and many, many others.

***Curriculum***
This year we have added in music lessons once a week to enhance our learning in all the learning domains, such as literacy and language, math, physical, logic and reason, and many of the growing areas. This is at no extra charge.

In order to maintain a high quality early childcare education program, I will be using my own curriculum, mixed with others, all which aligns with Colorado Early Learning and Developmental Guidelines. This curriculum is Child-led and Play-based (intentional teaching, but child-led ideas) all while learning ALL the skills that is needed to enter into Colorado's Kindergarten programs. I am so excited to launch this.

I am including an article from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, along with web link resources, that talks about play and play-based early childcare education and how this is so beneficial for children birth to 6 years old. Please take some time to read this. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me questions.

 














Play-based Learning Web Resources
1) http://theconversation.com/play-based-learning-can-set-your-child-up-for-success-at-school-and-beyond-91393
 
2) http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com/earlychildhood/article_view.aspx?domainredirect=true&ArticleID=453

3) https://www.naeyc.org/our-work/families/play

4) http://www.eclearningil.org/sites/default/files/hero-resources/early_childhood_progam_philosophies.pdf

Blanket Policy
Due to safety issues and to reduce risks, no child under the age of 2 will be given a blanket for nap time. Infants birth to 12 months will be provided a sleep sack as stated in the Infant Safe Sleep Policy as needed.

Preschool News
Program is aligned with the Colorado Early Learning and Development Guidelines, which can be found at: https://www.cde.state.co.us/early/eldgs

May
Problem Solving

Schedule
6-8:30 - Arrival (Free Play)
8:30-9:00 - Circle & Story Time (Large Group) (planned daily activities)
9:00-9:30 - AM Snack & diaper changes
9:30-10:00 - Outdoor Play (Teacher Led Outdoor Gross Motor)
10:00-11:00 - Centers (Small Group) (planned daily activities)
11:00-11:30 - Free Play & diaper changes
11:30-12:00 - Lunch
12:00-3:00 - Nap
3:00-3:15 - Clean-up & diaper changes
3:15-3:45 - PM Snack
4:15-6:00 - Outdoor Play (Teacher Led Outdoor Gross Motor)

Starts over in the Fall - From June until August we will be still having themes, but the structured preschool classroom will resume on September 1, 2022.

Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences will be held the week of:

Spring - Week of 5/16/2022

Show & Share - ON HOLD - DUE TO COVID-19

The kids will be asked to bring ONE toy from home on FRIDAY'S ONLY, but now they have to help pick something that we have learned from the week. I will put on the board what they need to help pick out from home. Example: 1st Week we will be working on the letter A & the color Blue. If you could help them, find something at home that starts with the letter A, like the sound in APPLE or something with the color Blue.

Please bring this item in a bag, labeled with their name. Since we are going to have a specific day to bring a toy, I am asking for ALL other toys to stay at home all other days.

Student/Staff Spotlight
May Birthday's
Matt - 17th

*Important Daycare Dates*
(P-Personal, H-Holiday, & S-Sick)

****No Daycare & Other Important Dates****
***2022*** (More to be posted)
Jan - 6th & 7th - P (20 & 19)
Jan - 19, 20, &21 - Sick Days (3 Used)
Feb - 21st - H
April - 7 & 8 - P (18-17)
April - 21st & 22nd - Sick Days (2 Used)
May - 13th & 16th - P (16-15)
May - 30th - H
June - 17th - P (14)
June - 24th - P (13) 
July - 4th - H
Sept - 5th - H
Sept - 6th-12th- P (12-8)
**Sept - 29th-30th - P (7-6) Just added
**Oct - 3rd - P (5) Just added
Oct - 20th & 21st - P (4-3)
Nov - 24th & 25th - H
Dec - 26th - H

*Personal Days-P & Holiday Days-H to be paid/contract*

*20 Personal Days as of 1/1/22*
*5 Sick Days as of 1/1/22*

School Schedule

There will be no school drop off's or pick-up's this year. This could change at any time, but a note will be sent out if this does change.

Please see each school website for COVID updates on this

*Other Important Dates*
Jaycee, Kellie, Jeni, or Dave will be here with the kids on the following dates for a couple hours
May
None


***Sign-In & Sign-Out***
Being done with ELV
State of Colorado & Food Program is requiring all parents to sign their children in and out of daycare. If you would please do this, that would be awesome!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!  FOOD PROGRAM has said they are starting to not reimburse if this is not done. 


Parent Corner

***GoalsUpdated(3/2/2022)
Colorado Shines Goals - A copy of the goals will be attached to the monthly email, along with a copy in the Parent Resource Center.


Parent Helpful Info
Help Learn to Share


Family Information


Jefferson County Childcare Association Parent Newsletter

One-liners (Shows empathy, but puts child's action back on them) ***VERY HELPFUL***


Food Program - "Dear Parent Letter"
Family Network
Facebook Daycare Group – Everyone can search Angel Hugs Daycare and see the Facebook page. It is not a closed group. There will be no pictures of children on here.

***Community Connections***
 - 5280 Produce
    Fresh Produce for a reasonable price.....Facebook....5280 Produce

 - Arvada Library - 7525 West 57th Ave., Arvada, CO 80002
   M-Th 9am-8pm, Fri & Sat 9am-5pm, & Sun 12pm-5pm

***Safety Net/Parent Resources***
 - Jeffco CCAP (Childcare) - 900 Jefferson County Pkwy., Human Services Building, Golden, CO 80401 - (303)   271-4484
 - Jeffco Action Center (Emergency Housing, food, clothing, job search) -  8755 West 14th Ave., Lakewood, CO 80215 - (303) 237-7704
 - Arvada Food Bank (Food) - 8555 West 57th Ave., Arvada, CO 80002 - (303) 424-6685
 - Medicaid (medical, dental, and hearing and vision screening) - 900 Jefferson County Pkwy., Human Services Building, Golden, CO 80401 - (303) 271-1388
 -WIC (Women, Infant, Children) Food Nutrition - Arvada Clinic - 6303 Wadsworth Bypass, Arvada, CO 80003 - (303) 275-7510
 -Child Find (Concerns of Growth and Development) - Jefferson County - 809 Quail St., Bldg. 1, Room 113, Lakewood, CO 80215 - (303)982-7247
 -Audiology (Hearing Screening) -  Children's Hospital Colorado - 13123 E. 16th Ave., Aurora, CO 80045 -  (720)777-0123





***Parent Lending Library***
1.Anger “Handling a powerful emotion in a healthy way – Book – Gary Chapman, Ph.D
  2.Anxious Child “Helping your anxious child” – Book – Ronald M. Rapee and Ann Wignall
  3. No One to Play With “Social side of learning disabilities” – Book – Betty B. Osman
  4.  Train Up a Child – Book – Rolf Zettersten
 5.  5 Love Languages – CD – Gary Chapman, Ph.D
 6.  Cool, Calm, & Confident “A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Assertiveness Skills” –  Book – Lisa M. Schab, LCSW
 7.  Parenting with Love and Logics “Teaching Children Responsibility” – Book – Foster  Cline, M.D. & Jim Fay
8. 5 Love Languages of Children – Book – Gary Chapman, Ph. D & Ross Campbell, M.D.
 9.  What You Need to Tell Your Child About Sex “A guide to help your child understand what the Bible has to say” – Book – John Nieder
10. When The Brain Can’t Hear “Unraveling the mystery of auditory processing disorder” – Book – Teri James Bellis, Ph. D
11. When Addictions Threaten – Book – Charles Knippel, Ph. D
12.  Taking the Stress Out of Raising Great Kids – Book – Jim Fay, Charles Fay, PhD. & Foster Cline, M.D.
13. Meeting the Challenge “Using Love and Logic to help children develop attention and behavior skills – Book – Jim Fay, Foster W. Cline, M.D. & Bob Sornson
 14. Marriage – Book – Foster W. Cline, M.D. & Hermie Drill Cline
 15. The Pearls of Love and Logic for Parents and Teachers – Book – Jim Fay & Foster W. Cline, M.D.
 16. Discipline with Love and Logics – Book – Jim Fay & Foster W. Cline, M.D.
 17. Millionaire Babies or Bankrupt Brats? – Book – Jim Fay & Kristan Leatherman
 18. Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten? - Book - Angele Sancho Passe
19. LATCH – Book – Abby Theuring
20.  The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding – Book – La Leche League International

Sunday, April 3, 2022

April 2022 Newsletter

 


Spring is in Air
It's getting warm out and all I can do is think of the flowers and all the color that is starting to appear and how much the kids enjoy the outdoors this time of year.

Please be thinking about your plans for childcare for over the summer. Here is what it will be looking like:

From June until August, we will be still having daily activities, but the structured preschool classroom will resume in September 2022.

Summer Fun
This year will be using T-shirts for our field trips. I am so excited to start using these.
Summer Fun Fee - approximately $60.00(covers swimming cost & a few supplies)
Will be due May 27, 2022

Summer Schedule (We will be leaving about 30 mins prior to the times listed)
Mondays - Swimming - 11:30am - 3:00pm
Tuesdays - Splash Pad - 9:30am - 11:00am
Wednesdays - Park Day - 10:am - 11:00 am 
Thursdays - Movie Day - Home
Fridays - Water Fun - Home

***Week of the Young Child - April 4 to 8th***
This week we will be celebrating all of our Young Children
Monday - 8th - Working Together Monday - Wear clothes to garden in
Tuesday - 9th - Tasty Tuesday - Explore foreign foods
Wednesday - 10th - Music Wednesday - Dress-Up as a rock star
Thursday - 11th - Artistry Thursday - Wear as many colors as possible
Friday - 12th - Family Friday - Dress up as a favorite family professional

Parent Appreciation
No Charge
I appreciate you and all that you have done over the past few years. As a "THANK YOU" the week of April 4 you should have noticed on your weekly/monthly invoice there was a "No Charge" for 1 day of childcare. THANK YOU for all you have done and all your support you have given to Angel Hugs Daycare.

Parent Night Out - GIRLS
Parent's Night Out is returning......YAY!!!!

When - April 9 from 4PM to 9PM
Where - Wherever parents would like to go. Drop off your kiddo from 4 to 9.
Children's Activity - Dinner & Fun with their friends
Cost - Free for all currently enrolled children, Thank you to the COVID Stabilization Grant

Parent Night Out - BOYS
Parent's Night Out is returning......YAY!!!!

When - April 16 from 4PM to 9PM
Where - Wherever parents would like to go. Drop off your kiddo from 4 to 9.
Children's Activity - Dinner & Fun with their friends
Cost - Free for all currently enrolled children, Thank you to the COVID Stabilization Grant

Please let me know if your kiddo will be joining us

Kindergarten Enrollment
Jeffco Kindergarten Enrollment is under way. If you plan to send your child to their home school, please use this link to enroll them. Kindergarten Enrollment - Jeffco Public Schools

If you are doing Choice Enrollment for another school, please use this link below. Round 1 is already closed, but there should be notifications coming mid-February. There is also a Round 2, but I am not sure when this opens up. EnrollJeffco - Jeffco Public Schools (sharpschool.com)

National Accreditation
I have decided to apply for National Accreditation. Please be on the lookout for an email that will have the Parent's Guide to National Association of Family Child Care's (NAFCC) Accreditation booklet in it. This guide will have lots of questions and answers in it. 


***COVID Vaccine & UPDATE Information***
In order to protect ALL CHILDREN here at Angel Hugs Daycare (since children CANNOT get vaccinated yet), we are encouraging ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS 5+ to be vaccinated as this does not just affect one person, it affects Angel Hugs Daycare as a WHOLE COMMUNITY. With children being HUGE carriers, with the data showing they DO NOT ALWAYS show symptoms, and with the variants that are more contagious.....This is SUPER IMPORTANT that ALL 5+ in our childcare community try to protect all the kids in my facility. 

-What that means is a child could have the virus, have no symptoms, attend childcare, and then infect another child.

So, I am asking that ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBER 5+ be vaccinated for COVID-19, out of respect for ALL CHILDREN involved here.

Please see attached Visitor Policy & COVID - New Mask Guidance & Vaccines at Angel Hugs Daycare Email to the newsletter email

****NEW INFORMATION****
NO CHILD will be able to attend childcare with symptoms listed in Symptoms at Home or Addressing Symptoms at School below WITHOUT a Negative PCR test or molecular rapid COVID test or 10 days of isolation unless the symptom has resolved within the first 24 hours. Any symptom of COVID is basically to be treated as COVID until proven otherwise, is what we have been told to do by Jefferson County Public Health Department.

REMEMBER 3W's
-Wear masks
-Withstand your distance
-Wash your hands


ELV Online System
Please continue to keep all information up to date on Early Learning Ventures.

***RESOURCE LIST***
The list of resources has been added to Angel Hugs Daycare Facebook Page, in order for parents to have access to this information at all times. We never know what life throws at us. This list of resources has numbers for food banks, emergency housing, hospitals, and many other helpful things parents may need.

***NEW Illness Policy & Check-up***
There is a NEW STRICTLY ENFORCED ILLNESS POLICY CDC requires us to follow: NO sneezing, coughing, and fevered children. If your child comes down with an illness, we will be following the CDPHE guidelines that are current for that time.

Temperature over 100 degrees F is considered a fever according to the CDC. For all other illnesses I will be following The Children's Hospital & CDC as to when to keep your child home with you. Just remember that a lot of illnesses are contagious before symptoms appear, including the actual Flu, COVID, and many many others.

***Curriculum***
This year we have added in music lessons once a week to enhance our learning in all the learning domains, such as literacy and language, math, physical, logic and reason, and many of the growing areas. This is at no extra charge.

In order to maintain a high quality early childcare education program, I will be using my own curriculum, mixed with others, all which aligns with Colorado Early Learning and Developmental Guidelines. This curriculum is Child-led and Play-based (intentional teaching, but child-led ideas) all while learning ALL the skills that is needed to enter into Colorado's Kindergarten programs. I am so excited to launch this.

I am including an article from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, along with web link resources, that talks about play and play-based early childcare education and how this is so beneficial for children birth to 6 years old. Please take some time to read this. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me questions.

 














Play-based Learning Web Resources
1) http://theconversation.com/play-based-learning-can-set-your-child-up-for-success-at-school-and-beyond-91393
 
2) http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com/earlychildhood/article_view.aspx?domainredirect=true&ArticleID=453

3) https://www.naeyc.org/our-work/families/play

4) http://www.eclearningil.org/sites/default/files/hero-resources/early_childhood_progam_philosophies.pdf

Blanket Policy
Due to safety issues and to reduce risks, no child under the age of 2 will be given a blanket for nap time. Infants birth to 12 months will be provided a sleep sack as stated in the Infant Safe Sleep Policy as needed.

Preschool News
Program is aligned with the Colorado Early Learning and Development Guidelines, which can be found at: https://www.cde.state.co.us/early/eldgs

April
Weekly Themes - Springtime Sparkles & Eating the Rainbow
Color - Yellow
Shape - Oval & Diamond
Letters - V, W, & X
Numbers - 17 & 18


Schedule
6-8:30 - Arrival (Free Play)
8:30-9:00 - Circle & Story Time (Large Group) (planned daily activities)
9:00-9:30 - AM Snack & diaper changes
9:30-10:00 - Outdoor Play (Teacher Led Outdoor Gross Motor)
10:00-11:00 - Centers (Small Group) (planned daily activities)
11:00-11:30 - Free Play & diaper changes
11:30-12:00 - Lunch
12:00-3:00 - Nap
3:00-3:15 - Clean-up & diaper changes
3:15-3:45 - PM Snack
4:15-6:00 - Outdoor Play (Teacher Led Outdoor Gross Motor)


Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences will be held the week of:

Spring - Week of 5/16/2022

Show & Share - ON HOLD - DUE TO COVID-19

The kids will be asked to bring ONE toy from home on FRIDAY'S ONLY, but now they have to help pick something that we have learned from the week. I will put on the board what they need to help pick out from home. Example: 1st Week we will be working on the letter A & the color Blue. If you could help them, find something at home that starts with the letter A, like the sound in APPLE or something with the color Blue.

Please bring this item in a bag, labeled with their name. Since we are going to have a specific day to bring a toy, I am asking for ALL other toys to stay at home all other days.

Student/Staff Spotlight
April Birthday's
Evie - 17th

*Important Daycare Dates*
(P-Personal, H-Holiday, & S-Sick)

****No Daycare & Other Important Dates****
***2022*** (More to be posted)
Jan - 6th & 7th - P (20 & 19)
Jan - 19, 20, &21 - Sick Days (3 Used)
Feb - 21st - H
April - 21st & 22nd - Sick Days (2 Used)
May - 13th & 16th - P (18-17)
May - 30th - H
**June - 17th - P (16) Just added
**June - 24th - P (15) Just added
July - 4th - H
Sept - 5th - H
**Sept - 6th-12th- P (??????) Just added
Oct - 20th & 21st - P
Nov - 24th & 25th - H
Dec - 26th - H

*Personal Days-P & Holiday Days-H to be paid/contract*

*20 Personal Days as of 1/1/22*
*5 Sick Days as of 1/1/22*

School Schedule

There will be no school drop off's or pick-up's this year. This could change at any time, but a note will be sent out if this does change.

Please see each school website for COVID updates on this

*Other Important Dates*
Jaycee, Kellie, Jeni, or Dave will be here with the kids on the following dates for a couple hours
April
None


***Sign-In & Sign-Out***
Being done with ELV
State of Colorado & Food Program is requiring all parents to sign their children in and out of daycare. If you would please do this, that would be awesome!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!  FOOD PROGRAM has said they are starting to not reimburse if this is not done. 


Parent Corner

***GoalsUpdated(3/2/2022)
Colorado Shines Goals - A copy of the goals will be attached to the monthly email, along with a copy in the Parent Resource Center.


Parent Helpful Info
Clear Directions



Family Information


Jefferson County Childcare Association Parent Newsletter

One-liners (Shows empathy, but puts child's action back on them) ***VERY HELPFUL***


Food Program - "Dear Parent Letter"
Family Network
Facebook Daycare Group – Everyone can search Angel Hugs Daycare and see the Facebook page. It is not a closed group. There will be no pictures of children on here.

***Community Connections***
 - 5280 Produce
    Fresh Produce for a reasonable price.....Facebook....5280 Produce

 - Arvada Library - 7525 West 57th Ave., Arvada, CO 80002
   M-Th 9am-8pm, Fri & Sat 9am-5pm, & Sun 12pm-5pm

***Safety Net/Parent Resources***
 - Jeffco CCAP (Childcare) - 900 Jefferson County Pkwy., Human Services Building, Golden, CO 80401 - (303)   271-4484
 - Jeffco Action Center (Emergency Housing, food, clothing, job search) -  8755 West 14th Ave., Lakewood, CO 80215 - (303) 237-7704
 - Arvada Food Bank (Food) - 8555 West 57th Ave., Arvada, CO 80002 - (303) 424-6685
 - Medicaid (medical, dental, and hearing and vision screening) - 900 Jefferson County Pkwy., Human Services Building, Golden, CO 80401 - (303) 271-1388
 -WIC (Women, Infant, Children) Food Nutrition - Arvada Clinic - 6303 Wadsworth Bypass, Arvada, CO 80003 - (303) 275-7510
 -Child Find (Concerns of Growth and Development) - Jefferson County - 809 Quail St., Bldg. 1, Room 113, Lakewood, CO 80215 - (303)982-7247
 -Audiology (Hearing Screening) -  Children's Hospital Colorado - 13123 E. 16th Ave., Aurora, CO 80045 -  (720)777-0123





***Parent Lending Library***
1.Anger “Handling a powerful emotion in a healthy way – Book – Gary Chapman, Ph.D
  2.Anxious Child “Helping your anxious child” – Book – Ronald M. Rapee and Ann Wignall
  3. No One to Play With “Social side of learning disabilities” – Book – Betty B. Osman
  4.  Train Up a Child – Book – Rolf Zettersten
 5.  5 Love Languages – CD – Gary Chapman, Ph.D
 6.  Cool, Calm, & Confident “A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Assertiveness Skills” –  Book – Lisa M. Schab, LCSW
 7.  Parenting with Love and Logics “Teaching Children Responsibility” – Book – Foster  Cline, M.D. & Jim Fay
8. 5 Love Languages of Children – Book – Gary Chapman, Ph. D & Ross Campbell, M.D.
 9.  What You Need to Tell Your Child About Sex “A guide to help your child understand what the Bible has to say” – Book – John Nieder
10. When The Brain Can’t Hear “Unraveling the mystery of auditory processing disorder” – Book – Teri James Bellis, Ph. D
11. When Addictions Threaten – Book – Charles Knippel, Ph. D
12.  Taking the Stress Out of Raising Great Kids – Book – Jim Fay, Charles Fay, PhD. & Foster Cline, M.D.
13. Meeting the Challenge “Using Love and Logic to help children develop attention and behavior skills – Book – Jim Fay, Foster W. Cline, M.D. & Bob Sornson
 14. Marriage – Book – Foster W. Cline, M.D. & Hermie Drill Cline
 15. The Pearls of Love and Logic for Parents and Teachers – Book – Jim Fay & Foster W. Cline, M.D.
 16. Discipline with Love and Logics – Book – Jim Fay & Foster W. Cline, M.D.
 17. Millionaire Babies or Bankrupt Brats? – Book – Jim Fay & Kristan Leatherman
 18. Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten? - Book - Angele Sancho Passe
19. LATCH – Book – Abby Theuring
20.  The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding – Book – La Leche League International