Teach. Play. Love.

With co-hosts Rachel Robertson and Claire Goss

Subscribe to the Bright Horizons parenting podcast, featuring expert advice from our education team. Learn what really matters—and what doesn’t—in your child’s earliest years of learning, growth, and development.

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Meet Our Experts

Rachel Robertson, early education thought leader and author

Rachel Robertson

Early education thought leader with 25+ years’ experience; diversity champion; speaker; author; and mother.

Claire Goss, parenting and child development educator

Claire Goss

Parenting and child development educator; researcher; writer; and mother.

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Listen to some of our most popular podcast episodes

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Managing Separation Anxiety in Young Children

Learn developmentally appropriate expectations around taking turns and sharing, how to practice and model sharing with your child, and when it’s actually okay not to share.

What should I know about Teach. Play. Love?

What ages are covered?

Teach. Play. Love. covers topics for parents and caregivers of children ages 0-8, including infant care, pre-k, preschool and kindergarten, and more.

What topics are discussed?

Our podcast features expert conversations on all things parenting. Hear about everything from how to talk to your baby to how kids learn best. Other topics include early learning, teaching empathy, learning through play, school readiness, and more.

Who should listen to this podcast?

This podcast is for parents and caregivers who want to know what really matters during the earliest and most important years of child development.

Why should I listen?

We know parenting is hard — and weeding through all the advice out there can be overwhelming, especially when you don’t know what will be most helpful. In our podcast, Bright Horizons experts give evidence-based advice and real-life parenting solutions based on child development research.