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Part 1: Introduction

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Part 2: Baby Massage

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Part 3: Baby Milestones

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Part 4: Floor Time

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Part 5: Socialization

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Hiʻilani is an early childhood family education program that serves children prenatal to 36 months and their families. Hiʻilani offers small group classes that focus on tools and techniques that promote preschool readiness through positive parent-child interactions. Here are a few of the lessons taught through the program.

Produced by the Kamehameha Schools.

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