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How To Make Physical Development in Boys

While environmental, nutritional and genetic factors influence the growth of all young children, few mothers would be surprised to learn there are developmental differences between little boys and little girls….

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How To Share Physical Benefits of Camping for Toddlers Skip

Busy family life often means not getting your toddler outdoors as much as you would like or allowing her too much time in front of the TV. Camping can be…

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How To Share Physical Activity and Child Development Skip

Most kids are, by nature, extremely physically active. They just seem to have so much energy all the time, don’t they? Very young kids actually learn and develop this way….

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How To Train Physical Activities for Toddlers

As most parents can attest, toddlers require little, if any, motivation to move their bouncy little bodies. However, the National Association for Sport and Physical Education reports that many toddlers…

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How to Motivate Toddler Development Activities
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How To Make Phonics Activities for Preschoolers

If the term phonics or “phonemic awarness” sounds more like a medical diagnosis than something you should be teaching your preschooler, fear not: teaching phonics is simply teaching your child…

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How to Play Toddler Games for Morning Routines
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How To Make Personalized Toddler Books

Get your child hooked on books during the preschool years and she’ll be on her way to a lifelong love of reading. One way to help your toddler get into…

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How To Make Personalized Items for Kids Birthday Parties Skip

You’ve done the birthday-in-a-box thing and rummaged through ordinary party supplies on the store shelves, but you’re looking to give your kiddo’s next birthday party some personalized pizzazz. Turn a…

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Patterns for Children to Make on Ceramic Tiles Skip

Does your toddler or preschooler love to play with salt dough and colorful oil clay? Why not go ahead and expose your little one to real ceramic clay? No, you…

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How To Make Patriotic Top Hat Crafts for Kids Skip

When you try to teach toddlers and preschoolers about patriotic holidays and celebrations, they might not get it. Instead of talking and reading about what being patriotic means, put together…

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How To Make Party Games for Three-Year-Old Kids Skip

Birthday party games for 3-year-olds can be tons of fun, even without much planning or thought. Kids this age just want to play and have fun, and may not be…

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How To Make Party Foods for Old Skip

Preparing food for a toddler’s birthday party is an intimidating thought. After all, if trying to get your own toddler to eat is the equivalent of pulling teeth, coming up…

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How To Make Party Crafts for Toddlers

So, you’re throwing a party for toddlers. You don’t want the children crying or screaming because they do not have anything to keep them occupied. Avoid this toddler party nightmare…

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How Parents Modeling Behavior for Preschoolers Skip

In the middle of everyday chaos, parents often fall into the “do as I say, not as I do” mode when dealing with their preschoolers. Unfortunately, this sends a mixed…

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How Parents Helping Their Children With Organizational Skills Skip

Between work, school, home and social responsibilities, it’s easy for families to become overwhelmed and fall behind. Kids can feel stressed and frustrated about meeting expectations too. Some families seem…

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Parents Dealing With Their Children’s Untimely Death Skip

The despair that follows the untimely death of a child can be debilitating. Though the death of a child can be overwhelming, support systems can help parents make it through…

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Parents and Communication Skills With Children Using Gestures Skip

People in cultures all over the world use gestures when speaking, which has spawned psychologists, sociologists and cognitive scientists alike to question gestures as they relate to language and cognitive…

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How Parenting Styles Intimidating for Grandparents

Grammy and Grampy, Abuelita and Abuelo, Lola and Boppo — they go by different names, but one thing’s the same: They love their grandchildren deeply. Maybe your child’s grandparents know…

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How To Reduce Parental Pressure on Children

When your child shows a natural aptitude for something, it’s normal for you to encourage him to practice that skill, hone it and do even better. Many parents, though, take…

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Parental Characteristics Influencing Child Behavior Skip

If you’ve ever wondered how little kids learn, watch your little one copy your behavior. This could be a scary thing if your kid hears you hit your thumb with…

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How To Make Parachute Games for Three Year Olds Skip

What goes up, must come down. Three-year-olds enjoy lifting the silky fabric of the parachute up as high as they can and anticipating it falling to the ground. Parachutes teach…

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How To Make Paper Plate Crafts for Toddlers Skip

Making paper plate crafts with your toddler is an ideal way to spend quality time together and help your child learn creative skills he will use later on. It’s important…

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How To Make Paper Mache Easter Projects for Toddlers Skip

A paper mache nest project is an ideal introduction to paper mache for your toddler because it doesn’t have to be neat. Cover a small bowl in plastic wrap and…

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How To Make Paper Cutting Activities for Toddlers Skip

Cutting with scissors is a complex process for toddlers who are developing their fine motor skills. It can be frustrating to see your little one struggle with cutting, but remember…

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How To Painting Techniques for Toddlers

Kids love to paint, and what’s not to love? Bright colors, interesting textures and lots of messy fun! Toddlers may not have the dexterity or desire to use paintbrushes, so…

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Toddlers Make Hand Print Christmas Tree
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How Toddlers Make Hand Print Christmas Tree

Your little one seems to grow bigger by the day, and you’d love to capture the moment — if only you could get him to settle down. Around the holidays,…

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