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About the Animals

Today’s book suggestion is Moo, Baa, LaLaLa by Sandra Bounton. 

A great book to learn the sounds animals make and also encourage parent child interaction by practicing the noises.

Exuberant verses will have youngsters oinking, mooing, and baaing before you know it. And the colorful art and funny text are a delight. Sandra Bounton’s board book series are created to educate and entertain children of all ages.


Hide the Animals

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A great hands on sensory activity for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Helps strengthen hand-eye coordination and fosters healthy physical development.

  • Small plastic animals
  • Rice
  • Plastic tongs
  • Storage container – 31 quart
  • Smaller shoe box sized container

At Dunebrook we invite parents to be the best parents possible.  In the spirit of trust, kindness and experience, we can be there with them and support them, and their children and entire family. 

We’re just a phone call away! 1-800-897-0007

Public Education and Our Community:

The key to keeping children safe is prevention education. According to the Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute, 95% of child maltreatment is preventable through education.

Sounds good…what do I do next:

  • Call or email Sara Hoyt at 874-0007, sara@dunebrook.orgto receive specific information about our sexual abuse prevention trainings and parenting support groups.

Our prevention trainings and support groups are free and serve a variety of different settings.  We’ve been funded for over 30 years by the generosity of community grants, fundraising support and some federal program funding.