How Parents to Stop the Quarreling with Toddler
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How Parents to Stop the Quarreling with Toddler

Siblings commonly bicker, and parents often are caught in the middle of the battle when their child yells — “Get out of my room!” or “No, I’m right and you’re wrong!” According to Kids Health, 38 percent of kids said arguments occur in their home every day. If begging, whining,…

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How Parents Prepare Passover foods for Toddlers
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How Parents Prepare Passover foods for Toddlers

The Passover meal is a celebratory dinner full of rich symbolism and history, and is designed to engage the entire family. Prayers are sung, the story of the Exodus from Egypt is told, and everything is done in a special order, year after year, for deeply symbolic reasons. Involving children…

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How Facebook Very Useful for Toddlers Education
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How Facebook Very Useful for Toddlers Education

With more than one billion users as of March 2013, Facebook is one of the largest and most popular social media sites on the Internet. This means that there are some definite advantages to creating a Facebook presence for your company. Not only does Facebook provide you with a free…

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How to Find Best Ways to Manage a Tyrant Toddler
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How to Find Best Ways to Manage a Tyrant Toddler

They don’t call it the terrible twos because parenting a toddler is just so darn fun. Instead, a 2 year old is boisterous, curious, headstrong and volatile, leaving you totally exhausted and completely bewildered all at once. One of the best ways to manage a tyrant toddler is to make…

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How Toddlers Compare Google and Facebook
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How Toddlers Compare Google and Facebook

You may think of Google as an Internet search site, and Facebook as a social networking site, but over the years, these two giants have built many competing services. In 2011, Google built Google Plus, a social network that offers many of the same features as Facebook. Each social network…

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How Parents Help To Improve Toddlers Handwriting
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How Parents Help To Improve Toddlers Handwriting

Writing, along with reading, is often seen as the most important thing a young child can learn, and according to educational consultant and professor Audrey Curtis, parents play a large part in teaching handwriting. Curtis suggests that children will naturally copy and take an interest in their parents’ activities. So,…

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How Three Year Old Girl's Are Love Playing
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How Three Year Old Girl’s Are Love Playing

If you’re stumped about what type of gift to give your favorite 3-year-old girl, think pink and princess and you’re halfway there. Girls at this age are fascinated by princesses, preferably dressed in pink, but there are numerous other options for gifts. By the age of 3 her interests and…

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How To Make Ideas for Preschooler Family Activities
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How To Make Ideas for Preschooler Family Activities

Feeling like you belong is important, no matter what age you are, and doing activities together as a family shows your little ones that you love and value them — and that you want to include them in your life. In addition to creating memories and passing on your own…

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How To Make Friendly Halloween Scavenger For Toddlers
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How To Make Friendly Halloween Scavenger For Toddlers

The end of October brings brightly colored leaves, plump, round pumpkins and the holiday that brings out the kid in all of us — Halloween. A time for costumes, treats and parties, Halloween begs for creativity and a touch of whimsy to create lasting memories. Halloween scavenger hunts are an…

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How To Make Ideas for Free and Easy Crafts for Toddlers
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How To Make Ideas for Free and Easy Crafts for Toddlers

Tiny hands are often eager to explore the world around them. Instead of waiting to find crayon drawings on the living room wall, prepare a few crafts for your child to complete at the kitchen table. Of course, toddlers require crafts that are easy to complete, which will leave them…

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Toddlers Learn Preschool Mathematics Curriculum
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How Toddlers Learn Preschool Mathematics Curriculum

If the words “mathematics curriculum” make you think of your high-school algebra class, you may need to simplify your expectations when it comes to your preschooler’s academic environment. The preschool years — during the ages of 3 and 5 — are a time in which the building blocks of math…

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Toddlers Lack of Consistent Discipline
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How to Control Toddlers Lack of Consistent Discipline

On Monday morning, the nanny comes, then it’s off to preschool for the afternoon, and in the evening the babysitter stays with your kiddo until you return home from work. On Tuesday, Grandma is in charge, but on Wednesday a family friend runs the show. Although it’s a blessing to…

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How to Find Quality Child Care Centers for Preschoolers
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How to Find Quality Child Care Centers for Preschoolers

Sometimes, toddlers and preschoolers respond to being dropped off at day care with tears or temper tantrums. Usually, it’s just separation anxiety, which is normal for this age group. These little displays of protest can, however, leave parents wondering about the effects that day care has on their children. Rest…

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How to Use Seasonal Books for Children
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How to Use Seasonal Books for Children

“For winter!” your child proudly proclaims as she holds out her polka-dot bathing suit. It’s nothing to worry about: The concept of seasons is somewhat abstract for young kids, and it can take time to grasp. The good news is that lots of captivating seasonal books exist, which are aimed…

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How to share sensory challenges in toddlers
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How to share sensory challenges in toddlers

Adam was an exceedingly polite, involved and happy preschooler in all regards but one. He had a dietary range that allowed for ingesting only homemade chicken nuggets and cheese puffs. But, being such a polite little guy, he’d almost put his tongue to the cupcake brought to class for a…

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How to Create Sensory Based Arts and Crafts
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How to Create Sensory Based Arts and Crafts

Just like toddlers, preschoolers learn by experiencing life hands on. If they unroll the toilet paper, they learn that it can go on and on seemingly forever — much like Mommy’s lecturing when she discovers that there is not a single square left in the bathroom. Capitalize on your child’s…

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How to Use Sensory Activities for Infants Toddlers
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How to Use Sensory Activities for Infants Toddlers

Working on developing the five senses with your child may sound like homework, but it’s actually something you do every day without even trying. You and your child use your senses every day to decide what to eat, what the weather is like and what kind of games you want…

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How to Teach Self-Injurious Behavior in Preschoolers
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How to Teach Self-Injurious Behavior in Preschoolers

A preschooler who purposefully injures herself is alarming to parents and caregivers. A child’s pediatrician is usually the best starting point for assessing what is going on with such a preschooler. If she is in day care or preschool, the child’s teacher might also have some ideas of where to…

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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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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 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 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 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 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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