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…

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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…

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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….

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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…

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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…

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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….

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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How to Change Child's Negative Behavior
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How to Change Child’s Negative Behavior

Children have a whole slew of negative behaviors that they try out over the years. By the time they’re 3 and 4 years old, they’ve run the gamut of crying,…

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How Recommended Night Potty Training to Preschooler
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How Recommended Night Potty Training to Preschooler

After weeks or months of sprints to the potty, unexpected accidents and perhaps some tears — from both of you — your toddler is finally potty trained. Before you ditch…

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How to Recommend Educational Books with Toddlers
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How to Recommend Educational Books with Toddlers

During the toddler years, your little one has — hopefully! — stopped chewing on his books and is interested in actually looking at them. Board books are still an option…

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How to Use Shaving Cream for Preschooler
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How to Use Shaving Cream for Preschooler

Your preschooler is at one of the best ages for sensory play, where she can learn while getting down and dirty. Squishy shaving cream allows her to get messy while…

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How to Face the Tough Challenges from Biracial Children
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How to Face the Tough Challenges from Biracial Children

Raising children presents tough challenges — sometimes when you least expect them. But raising biracial children might challenge the entire family because of the ignorance and lack of tolerance you…

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How Toddlers to Make Rainy Day Projects
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How Toddlers to Make Rainy Day Projects

As dark clouds roll in and raindrops splash the window pane, you suddenly realize you’re stuck indoors with your little ball of energy all day long. The combination of a…

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How to Motivate Toddlers Drawing Skills
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How to Motivate Toddlers Drawing Skills

Many toddlers are naturally drawn to drawing and writing, but not all toddlers will find drawing and writing an enjoyable experience. Some toddlers might resist writing because they would rather…

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How to Make Daily Checklist for your Babysitters
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How to Make Daily Checklist for your Babysitters

When you hire new babysitter for your little one, you might ask her what’s in her babysitter’s tool kit. If she looks clueless, you might want to look elsewhere for…

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