Dr. Sally says:

“Every child is entitled to the finest experiences, and every parent should know how to provide them.
Every person should know how to create their own.

When can you begin teaching your baby? Dr. Sally Goldberg answers that question and explains much more about helping your child’s development in this episode (click on button below)

Dr. Sally is a pioneer in the field of Early Childhood Education. She talks about how vital the formative years, birth to age 3, are and the eight stages they contain. She explains how to maximize parenting. She also shares her research on how important it is to keep the immune system balanced and tuned on a daily basis, through breathing, moving, eating, and sleeping. She shares some valuable visuals which you can view here.


Sally Goldberg, Ph.D., Parenting Specialist


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Sally Goldberg, Ph.D., professor of education, author, magazine writer, and the first parenting expert on FOX TV's "Parent to Parent," has changed her focus! Meet Dr. Sally on www.earlychildhoodnews.net. Sally worked for many years as an instructor of early childhood education on the adjunct faculties of several different universities—University of Miami, Nova Southeastern University and Barry University in Florida and the University of Phoenix in Arizona. She was a national conference presenter and a frequent guest on TV and radio. Sally, who grew up in While Plains, NY, has Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Cornell University and a Ph.D. from the University of Miami.

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This book provides 200 activities specifically designed to promote development and be fun at the same time (40 are specifically for laying an excellent foundation for learning to read and write—literacy).

This book has clear easy-to-follow information about the eight ages and stages from birth to age three and suggests ways to maximize your time with little ones at each one of them.

Technology may have changed dramatically, but on one changed the children. They still need the same tender loving care they always did, and this book is a guide developed just for that purpose.

The Dog Who Wished He Could Fly--a book about gratitude--is a delight. It gives children a message that they can keep forever. Parents, grandparents, and all others will love having this special opportunity to discuss this very valuable topic with their little ones. It contains a very important message that is hard to find in other places. Enjoy this wonderful book.”

Dr. Sally


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Dr. Sally Provides a Monthly Column for Read to Kids US Inc. Click on the button below to read May's entry.

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