Problems With Letter of the Week in Preschool
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How Many Problems With Letter of the Week in Preschool

As the pressure to pass standardized tests increases, even preschools are spending more time on strictly academic subjects. Instead of a general introduction to the alphabet, many preschools include a…

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How Teaching Preschool Age Children Requires Training
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How Teaching Preschool Age Children Requires Training

Just because your little learner’s lead teacher makes it look easy, doesn’t mean that acting as an early childhood educator is simple. Teaching preschool age children requires highly specialized training…

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How to Buy a Desktop or a Laptop for School Toddlers
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How to Buy a Desktop or a Laptop for School Toddlers

For many years, desktop computers were considered by most experts to be superior to laptops for computer buyers who demanded the best performance at the lowest cost. However, laptop computers…

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How Do You Find Which Preschool is the Best for Toddlers
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How Do You Find Which Preschool is the Best for Toddlers

Preschool is a time of transition for many children. Between separation anxiety, making new friends and getting used to a new routine, it may be difficult to get a good…

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Simple Macaroni 'N cheese Recipe for Kids
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How to Make Simple Macaroni ‘N cheese Recipe for Kids

For busy moms, getting dinner on the table is often hectic, especially with kids who seem to turn their noses up at half of what you make. Macaroni and cheese…

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How to Encourage Indoor Winter Activities For Preschooler
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How to Encourage Indoor Winter Activities For Preschooler

Small children and winter time are a difficult combination. They want to play outside but come back inside soaking wet and cold, or they want to stay in and end…

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Sock Hop Activities for Preschoolers
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How to Make Sock Hop Activities for Preschoolers

Preschoolers love to show off their moves and groove to tunes. If you’re tired of hearing the same old songs over and over, introduce your little dancer to the bopping…

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How to Create Stuff to Do With a Sick Little Girl
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How to Create Stuff to Do With a Sick Little Girl

With a little creativity, any parent can keep a sick child rested and happy. When a little girl has the flu or an ear infection, she may not have the…

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Arrange Summertime Prayers for Preschoolers
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How to Arrange Summertime Prayers for Preschoolers

Your little one might say, “Thank you, God, for everything you made. I love the way you made summer.“ Summer can include many opportunities for your little one to grow…

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How Toddlers Do Some Summer Activities And Crafts
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How Toddlers Do Some Summer Activities And Crafts

For many, summer flies by too fast, but for parents with toddlers and preschoolers, it can seem like an eternity. Instead of counting the days until your little one goes…

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How to Use Surf Board Crafts for Preschoolers
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How to Use Surf Board Crafts for Preschoolers

As the summer approaches or when you just need a sunny craft pick-me-up, consider a tropical theme for your kid’s craft projects. Letting your preschooler make some surf board crafts…

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How Talk to Toddlers About Praying That Connect to God
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How Talk to Toddlers About Praying That Connect to God

Life is often more manageable when we feel a direct link to God. Even little ones can benefit from feeling this connection and knowing that God is there for them….

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How Preschoolers Fun with a Flying Kites
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How Preschoolers Fun With a Flying Kites

March is a traditional time for flying kites, but you and your preschooler can have fun with a kite on almost any breezy day. Look at the leaves on trees,…

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Make Phonemic Awareness with Preschooler
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How to Make Phonemic Awareness with Preschooler

If your preschooler knows a few letters of the alphabet and is showing an interest in reading, the time is just right for introducing him to phonics. Don’t let the…

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Teach Manners to Shy or Rude Toddlers
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How to Teach Manners to Shy or Rude Toddlers

You may think that your toddler or preschooler is being rude to his playground buddies, but kids at this stage of development often don’t think about the needs of others….

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How Preschooler Know About Biodegradable Products
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How Preschooler Know About Biodegradable Products

Disposable foam containers and plastic utensils offer convenience for meals on the go, but few consumers truly understand the impact these products have on the planet. Traditional foam and plastic…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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,…

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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 —…

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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…

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