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6 hours ago

Columbia Pediatrics
Check out this great activity from the Long Beach Public Library!.Posted @withregram • @lbcitylibrary Be a part of our live Circle of Stories on Zoom! We’ll learn by reading, singing, dancing, and playing together with activities for children 2 - 5 and their caregivers. Groups will join us every Sat. for four weeks, with a parent workshop at the end of each cycle. Both and English and Spanish sessions are available.For more details and to register, visit the link in our bio. Registration will include a backpack of manipulatives like egg shakers, rhythm sticks, instruments, scarves, and an Activity Guide designed by library staff. *Space is limited to 10 families per group*.#longbeachcalifornia #longbeach #columbiapediatrics #lbpubliclibrary #lbpb #readingisfun #circleofstories #readsingdance ... See MoreSee Less
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10 hours ago

Columbia Pediatrics
Many teens are struggling with anxiety and depression due to the changes and stress of COVID-19. Therapy can be a good way to talk about things and find ways to cope with the stressors that have come. It may seem like a foreign land, but normalize therapy and mental health problems for your teen. Here is some info from @kindmindstherapy and@teenhealthdoc that may help you navigate this difficult time with your teen..Talking with your established pediatrician may be a more comfortable ‘safe space’ to start discussing mental health issues. Schedule your appointment today..#longbeach #columbiapediatrics #mentalheathmatters #mentalhealthmonday #mentalhealthteens #teenmentalhealth #teentherapy #teenparents #parenting #mentalhealth ... See MoreSee Less
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End February and start March with some gratitude! We are grateful for our staff getting vaccinated, everyone staying healthy, and being able to take care of our lovey patients! What are you grateful for? Let us know! 💕.Posted @withregram • @laurajaneillustrations Reflecting on what I am grateful for gives me perspective on my life;It’s like zooming out, refocusing the lens and seeing things as a bigger picture. It doesn’t erase or fix the problems or the challenges,But it reminds me that even on the hardest days, of the hardest weeks in the hardest months, there is so much in my life that is good, supportive and comforting. So, this Sunday, on the last day of the month, I challenge you to write a list of all the things, big or small, that you are grateful for in you life right now. Hold onto that list, put it somewhere safe and then the next time you have a hard day pull it out so you can refocus your lens on life. #gratitude #grateful #practiceofgratitude #endofthemonthreflection #refocusthelens #seethebiggerpicture #monthlygratitude #laurajaneillustrations #sundaychallenge #gratitudechallenge #longbeach #columbiapediatrics #sundayvibes #positivevibes ... See MoreSee Less
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Celebrate the last day of February and Black History month with these impactful ladies that made important contributions in science! .Posted @withregram • @thebrownbookcase Learn about amazing Black women in science―15 fascinating biographies for kids 9 to 12Throughout history, Black women have blazed trails across the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Black Women in Science brings something special to black history books for kids, celebrating incredible Black women in STEM who have used their brains, bravery, and ambition to beat the odds.Black Women in Science stands out amongst other Black history books for kids―featuring 15 powerful stories of fearless female scientists that advanced their STEM fields and fought to build a legacy. Through the triumphs of these amazing women, you’ll find remarkable role models.Black Women in Science goes where Black history books for kids have never gone before, including:Above and beyond―Soar over adversity with Mae Jemison, Annie Easley, and Bessie Coleman.Part of the solution―Discover the power of mathematics with Katherine Johnson and Gladys West.The doctor is in―Explore a life of healing with Mamie Phipps Clark, Jane Cooke Wright, and many more.Find the inspiration to blaze your own trail in Black Women in Science―maybe your adventure will be the next chapter in Black history books for kids..#longbeachcalifornia #columbiapediatrics #womeninscience #blackhistorymonth #blackwomeninscience #readmorebooks #readingisfun ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Columbia Pediatrics
What outdoor activity are you and your family doing today? Get outdoors and get some vitamin D!.#longbeach #columbiapediatrics #getoutdoors #enjoythesunshine #keepactive #saturdayvibes #saturdayfun ... See MoreSee Less
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