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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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How to Solve Refurbished iPod Problems

The Apple iPod Touch offers on-the-go entertainment in a compact package that resembles an iPhone, minus the calling capabilities. To cut the cost of putting an iPod Touch in your pocket, you can look for reduced prices on refurbished units. Not all refurbs offer equal value, as you’ll quickly discover…

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How to Avoid the Problems of Toddlers Hit
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How to Avoid the Problems of Toddlers Hit

Toddlers hit other children all the time, but it’s hard not to be embarrassed when it’s your kid on the playground terrorizing the others. When you understand why she’s hitting, it becomes a lot easier to take care of the situation. Fortunately, the reasons for hitting rarely indicate sociopathic tendencies….

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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, shouting, hitting and tattling. You might wonder where these little rage machines came from, and many parents blame themselves, thinking…

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How to share the Doctor's Advice with Preschoolers
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How to share the Doctor’s Advice with Preschoolers

Parents will seek a doctor’s advice for a variety of symptoms or general concerns regarding their preschoolers. Concerns about a child’s development and common childhood illnesses are typical reasons for seeking medical attention. Despite these needs, many children fear the doctor. If your preschooler is nervous about a visit to…

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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 the diapers for good, though, remember that you’ve only tackled the first step in potty training: daytime. If you assume…

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How to Teach Toddlers Degree of Irrepressible Hope
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How to Teach Toddlers Degree of Irrepressible Hope

It takes a rare degree of irrepressible hope to attempt to reason with a toddler. Trying to reason with a toddler means you think toddlers can reason. Toddlers are exceptionally rational in the world they inhabit, but you probably want to reason with your child in the world where she…

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How to Recommend Healthy Eating Books to Toddlers
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How to Recommend Healthy Eating Books to Toddlers

Making healthy choices is a concept that children can grasp at an extremely early age. Introducing age-appropriate books focused on healthy eating is one effective way to support your child’s learning process when it comes to nutrition. It not only provides a positive message in an engaging and familiar way,…

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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 for toddlers, but you don’t always need to fuss over getting the sturdiest books for destructive little hands. Your tot…

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How to Find Adult-Child Ratios from Child Care Center
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How to Find Adult-Child Ratios from Child Care Center

Imagine a preschool room with one teacher standing in the midst of 20 rowdy 3-year-olds. If this sounds more than daunting, you aren’t wrong. In order to ensure the proper care and guidance of the littlest of students licensed child care centers must maintain a standard adult-child ratio. Although this…

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How to Make Easy Fall Crafts for Toddlers
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How to Make Easy Fall Crafts for Toddlers

Oh, not again. You arrive to pick-up your 4-year-old from a play date at his friend’s house. You are eager to get him in the car so you can drive home while enjoying the crisp air and fall colors. Before the two of you can get out of there, you’re…

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How to Make Halloween Dishes for a Kid's Party
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How to Make Halloween Dishes for a Kid’s Party

Planning a Halloween party for your little monster and his friends is no easy feat. You have to think about decorations and activities that are festive, but not too scary for toddlers and preschoolers. You’ve also got to find a way to feed a bunch of kids without resorting to…

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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 practicing her fine motor skills and learning reading basics. Shaving cream is for playing, not for eating, so watch your…

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How to Encourage Preschoolers to Maintain Their Health
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How to Encourage Preschoolers to Maintain Their Health

You love your little one and would do anything to protect her, so why not teach your preschooler how to have and maintain great health for the rest of her life? It is easy to whip up a lunch for your preschooler from packaged foods and let her sit in…

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How to Reset Apple iPhone Factory Settings

An Apple ID is a digital credential that belongs to an Apple customer. Apple IDs are used for identification purposes, and allow users to quickly purchase music or apps from the iTunes store. If someone sells his phone or gives it away, the iPhone can be reset to its factory…

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How to Make Raspberry Recipe for Toddlers
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How to Make Raspberry Recipe for Toddlers

Raspberries are delicious — maybe that’s why it can be easy for your toddler or preschooler to eat the entire flat of raspberries in one sitting when you bring them home from the farmer’s market. Not only are raspberries yummy in your child’s tummy, but they are packed full of…

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How to Teach Egg Allergy to Preschooler
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How to Teach Egg Allergy to Preschooler

Eggs are slipped into so many products on the market that you must channel your inner Nancy Drew and investigate everything carefully when you’re raising a child with an egg allergy. About 0.5 percent of children have this allergy, but most outgrow it eventually, according to Dr. Jonathan Spergel of…

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