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How to Teach Safety Procedures for Kids

Your kids love life. They are so busy laughing, living and enjoying their youth, they may not remember lots of different safety rules. You can help your kids by making two or three non-negotiable rules about each situation and discussing them with the kids regularly so they remember them when…

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How to Make Safest Booster Seats for Toddlers
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How to Make Safest Booster Seats for Toddlers

Graduation from car seat to booster is a big step for your growing little one. As anxious as you may be to get rid of that mammoth of a car seat, don’t take this step too soon. The five-point harness on car seats provides the best protection for your tot….

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How to Share Safe Insect Repellents for Toddlers
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How to Share Safe Insect Repellents for Toddlers

As a parent, you naturally want to protect your toddler from the discomfort of insect bites. Seeing him scratch away at itchy mosquito bumps or cry in pain from a sting can be heartbreaking. What’s worse, insect bites can lead to a multitude of illnesses, especially for toddlers whose immune…

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Safe Indoor Play Equipment for Toddlers
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How to Make Safe Indoor Play Equipment for Toddlers

It’s crazy to think that just a short time ago, your 1-year-old was a tiny, sleepy bundle. Now she’s likely creeping on the furniture, or maybe even walking! One thing’s for sure: she’s on the move and has energy to burn. Distract your growing tot from all the “no-nos” of…

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How to share Safe Bike Trailers for Toddlers
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How to share Safe Bike Trailers for Toddlers

A bike ride is a leisurely and enjoyable way to spend an afternoon or summer evening, but a toddler or preschooler isn’t going to keep up with you. Rather than spending the whole ride trying to stay slow enough for her to keep up, but not tipping over at the…

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How to Teach Football Rules for Kids
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How to Teach Football Rules for Kids

The air is changing from stifling hot summer days to crisp cool nights. Not only are you gearing up to watch your favorite pro football team finally make it to the playoffs, you’re eager to introduce the dynamics of the game to your future quarterback. You’ve dreamed of this day…

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How to Create Rules for Babysitting a Grandchild
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How to Create Rules for Babysitting a Grandchild

Grandparents: Nature’s babysitters. If your children are lucky enough to have grandparents around, and those grandparents are willing to watch them, you’d be a fool not to take advantage. When you’re the one watching your grandchildren, though, knowing that you’re being taken advantage of can be irritating. Establishing clear rules…

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How to Create Role of Teachers and Parents for Kids Development
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How to Create Role of Teachers and Parents for Kids Development

Play activities are intrinsically motivating for children, who remain happily oblivious to the wealth of developmental benefits that play provides. Parents and teachers demonstrate an awareness of the importance of play in children’s development by providing opportunities, encouragement and new perspectives. Parents and teachers assume distinctive roles in supporting children’s…

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How to Develop Self-Esteem Teaching Ideas
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How to Develop Self-Esteem Teaching Ideas

Children are never too young to start developing their self-esteem. According to parenting expert Dr. William Sears, parents are the key players when it comes to establishing a child’s self-worth — an inner strength that can affect social happiness, mental health and the ability to handle difficult situations. Ensure your…

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How to Initiate Role of Parents in the Language Skills
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How to Initiate Role of Parents in the Language Skills

If some jerk has ever said that you talk too much, then the sweet revenge is that you are likely providing the best environment for your child to learn language. Although children are hardwired to communicate, they need attentive role models to understand the nuances of language. In his national…

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How to Teach Selective Eating Habits for Toddlers
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How to Teach Selective Eating Habits for Toddlers

When your toddler consistently uses his new favorite word — “no!” — during eating time, you might reconsider the “I’ll never bribe my child” phrase you uttered when he was born. If only your toddler would eat anything you gave him like he did when he was a baby, you…

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How Sharing Risks of Hanging Objects above a Child's Bed
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How Sharing Risks of Hanging Objects above a Child’s Bed

Sometimes, parents get carried away with decorating their child’s room and don’t realize the dangers that certain objects pose. Hanging things over your child’s bed can be hazardous. Use caution with mobiles, pictures or hanging nets used for toys or stuffed animals. Even if your child begs for the wall…

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How to Responding to Email on the Kindle

While the Kindle Fire has an integrated email client that individuals can use to access their email services, owners of all versions of the Kindle can also access their email accounts using the Kindle’s built-in Web browser. POP3 and IMAP-based email services, such as Yahoo, Gmail, Microsoft Exchange and Hotmail…

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How to Make a Kale and Chard Chips for Toddlers
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How to Make a Kale and Chard Chips for Toddlers

Kale and chard and other leafy greens are nutrition powerhouses. They’re high in fiber and rich in vitamins A and C as well as calcium and iron. Only one problem remains — figuring out how to get your kids to eat them. You may be tempted to try and sneak…

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How to Share a Resources for Parents of Toddlers
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How to Share a Resources for Parents of Toddlers

Your toddler is a confusing creature. From bad behaviors such as biting to ones that are so good that you want to giggle right along with her, tiny tots are a whirlwind of ups and downs. Instead of pulling your hair out wondering what’s right, what’s wrong and what’s just…

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How to Cook Spinach Dish for Toddlers
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How to Cook Spinach Dish for Toddlers

Spinach is one of those vegetables that is so beneficial for kids, yet so many seem to hate it. If not even Popeye can convince your tot to eat fresh cooked spinach, you are just going to have to find other ways to get this nutrient-rich veggie into his diet….

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How to Make Complex Passcode on Your iPod Touch

Set a simple or complex passcode on your iPod Touch and it’ll prompt you for a required sign-in every time you turn on or wake the device. A simple passcode is four digits, which is enough security for some, but if you want stronger data protection, opt for a complex…

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How to Encourage Toddlers to Make Reptile Gift Ideas
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How to Encourage Toddlers to Make Reptile Gift Ideas

Children start to develop strong interests in the preschool years. Snakes and lizards may squick you out, but reptiles will interest at least one of the boys you know. With kids’ fickle desires, choosing a gift that incorporates a favorite kind of animal is a good way to choose a…

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How to Make Donuts Recipe for Kids
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How to Make Donuts Recipe for Kids

The goal for any kids’ recipe is to end up with a tasty food that is easy to make. Instead of heading to the bakery whenever your tot gets a hankering for donuts, satisfy his craving with a homemade treat. Your preschooler will love helping out in the kitchen and…

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How to Repairing Scratches on a Plastic GPS Screen

GPS devices are frequently in contact with fingertips and fingernails, thrown into pockets and backpacks and generally subjected to many things that scratch the screen. Finer scratches on GPS screens are quickly removed using mild abrasives, restoring your GPS unit’s screen to a like-new appearance. In addition to cosmetic improvements,…

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How to Make a Decorated Cut Up Cakes for Kids

Nothing brightens up a special occasion, such as a birthday or holiday, like an attractive cake in the shape of a favorite cartoon or book character. These can be easily made by cutting shapes from a sheet cake or from single layers of cake, arranging them on a serving dish…

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How to Play Reindeer Relay Games with Children
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How to Play Reindeer Relay Games with Children

Relay races are an enjoyable way to teach children positive sportsmanship, how to work as a team and follow simple directions. No matter if you’re suffering through a cold snap or blessed enough to live in a tropical climate, why not draw inspiration from the ultimate underdog story, Rudolph the…

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How to Make Reindeer Ornament Craft for Preschoolers
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How to Create Reindeer Ornament Craft for Preschoolers

“You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen…” Maybe you don’t, but your preschooler is almost certain to know that reindeer mean Santa’s on his way. Making a reindeer ornament or two with your tot can help Christmas fly right in, as you share those fun — and messy…

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How to Teach Value of a Sleep to Toddlers
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How to Teach Value of a Sleep to Toddlers

Parents know the value of a good night’s sleep, and thanks to their toddlers, they also know how rare it can be. Sleep is important to your toddler’s well-being and growth, and to your sanity. According to the National Sleep Foundation, toddlers need between 12 and 14 hours of sleep…

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How to Use Recipe Cards for Kids
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How to Use Recipe Cards for Kids

You may have dreamed of cooking up a feast with your little angel ever since that second line showed up on the pregnancy test. Or, if cooking isn’t your strength at all, you may be hoping for a culinary wiz kid to take up the dinnertime slack in a few…

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