How Much Toddlers Loved a Sensory Box Activity
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How Much Toddlers Loved a Sensory Box Activity

You know how it goes: You buy your child a brand new toy, and all she wants to do is play with the box. So don’t be surprised if your child comes home from preschool chattering about how much she loved a sensory box activity. Sensory boxes are filled with…

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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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How To Find Negative Effects Of Overly Obedient Toddlers
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How To Find Negative Effects Of Overly Obedient Toddlers

If you thought that having a perfect little angel who obeys every word — or rather command — that you say is the ideal, think again. Although having a young child who follows the rules is a goal for most moms, an overly obedient child can actually cause some problems….

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How To Measure The Values of Kid's Games Activities
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How To Measure The Values of Kid’s Games Activities

Playing games with your kiddo is a gamble. He might throw a fit when he doesn’t win. You might stack the deck so he can win to avoid the meltdown. Or the whole crew may have the best time ever. Whatever the outcome, it’s not all fun and games. Kids…

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How Much Calories Enough Toddlers Healthy Lunch
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How Much Calories Enough Toddlers Healthy Lunch

Toddlers are notorious for being picky eaters. They tend to prefer to graze throughout the day, rather than sit and eat a complete meal. Also, a toddler will eat a much smaller quantity of food than adults, so it may seem as if your toddler isn’t getting enough food, especially…

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How To Know About Toddlers Family Influences
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How To Know About Toddlers Family Influences

Long before a child makes friends, has a first boyfriend or meets new co-workers, her social circle is primarily made up of her family. While you might want to think that all family influences are positive, sometimes there are also negative ways in which mom, dad, brother or sister can…

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How Family Dynamics Play Role In Toddlers Behavior
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How Family Dynamics Play Role In Toddlers Behavior

Family dynamics play a major role in shaping a child’s behavior. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, children who grow up in single parent homes are more likely to be financially and educationally disadvantaged than children raised by two parents. The financial and educational hardships faced…

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Parents Stop The Arguments in Front of Toddlers
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How Parents Stop The Arguments in Front of Toddlers

Arguments in front of children, no matter how tame the adults think they are, can have lasting effects on the young ones’ psyches. If the fighting escalates to where parents are shouting at one another, name calling or slamming things, the long-term implications can be disastrous for children at almost…

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How to Solve Toddlers Cry It Out Issues
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How to Solve Toddlers Cry It Out Issues

Ever since the early 1980s, when a pediatrician named Richard Ferber released a book that encouraged parents to let their babies cry at night, parents have been pondering the effects of letting children cry themselves to sleep. While letting your little one cry is torture to you, what exactly does…

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Toddlers Bad Parenting
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How to Convey Toddlers Bad Parenting Effects

You hear a piercing scream and turn to see a child knock a row of boxes off the grocery store shelf, then observe flabbergasted as the mother smiles mindlessly. Reality TV shows show parents getting drunk and cursing while their children play and mimic their behavior in the background. The…

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How To Take Multiple Strategies For Toddlers Disciplining
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How To Take Multiple Strategies For Toddlers Disciplining

As your toddler throws his toys across the room and begins screaming at the top of his lungs, you think back to when he was a baby and didn’t talk back or throw tantrums. Tantrums are a normal part of toddler development, but you can minimize their frequency or eliminate…

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Mama’s Natural Instinct
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How Mama’s Natural Instinct Is To Protect Toddlers

A mama’s natural instinct is to protect her young. This works wonderfully well with helpless newborn babies, but Mama needs to let go a little as Baby starts growing up. It’s natural to protect your child from being physically hurt, from being disappointed and from failing at school. But if…

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How to Celebrate Christmas With Toddlers
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How to Celebrate Christmas With Toddlers

There’s no doubt that the closer Christmas gets, the more excited your toddler or preschooler gets. The magic of Santa coming with presents can’t be matched at this age. If you want to keep your child in the spirit but feel it’s important to introduce the ancient meaning of Christmas,…

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How To Setup Family's Dynamics for Your Toddlers
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How To Setup Family’s Dynamics for Your Toddlers

As the mom of a toddler or preschool-aged child, you probably have moments of worry where you ask yourself if you are doing this right. You may think about nutritional choices, preschool and the effects of those oh-so-annoying kids’ television shows, but sometimes, family interactions are what affect kids the…

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How Do Explain Complex Topics With Toddlers
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How Do Explain Complex Topics With Toddlers

How do you explain complex topics about life, death, spirituality and physical health all at once to a preschooler? It’s even hard for adults to process how someone can be here one day and gone the next, but for preschoolers, it’s especially confusing. Whether they’ve lost a pet, neighbor or…

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How Parents Support Toddlers To Develop Their Speech
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How Parents Support Toddlers To Develop Their Speech

It’s not that you’re a worry wart; you’re just an involved parent and want the best for your baby! Now that your little baby is now a toddler you’ve most likely noticed plenty of babbling and perhaps even a growing vocabulary. You’ve probably scanned through dozens of milestone charts online…

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How To Tell Junk Food Unhealthy for Toddlers
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How To Tell Junk Food Unhealthy for Toddlers

Cookies work magic with children, but exactly what kind of magic they work is in the eye of the beholder. Sure, the allure of a delicious, sugary snack might get your little one to sit for a minute while you finish ironing your blouse, but that kind of short-term behavior…

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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 Emergent Literacy Can Affect Your Little Toddlers
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How Emergent Literacy Can Affect Your Little Toddlers

If you think that “emergent literacy” is just the latest in a long stream of early childhood buzz words, think again. Although your young child might not have the ability to read quite yet, she is developing the skills that will provide a base for her later literacy development. Emergent…

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How Parents Get More Involvement On Toddlers Life
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How Parents Get More Involvement On Toddlers Life

A teacher’s job is rewarding, but it can feel like an uphill battle when parents are unable or unwilling to get involved in their student’s academic life. Parents have a wealth of knowledge about their children that teachers do not yet or cannot know — especially in preschool and kindergarten,…

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Toddlers Disciplining Activities
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How to Make Evolution of Toddlers Disciplining Activities

“Spare the rod and spoil the child.” “Children should be seen and not heard.” You’re probably familiar with those archaic bits of wisdom, and shudder to imagine a time when you’d have been called on to discipline your darling munchkin according to such harsh rules. Back in the day, kids…

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How to Make List of Healthy Foods for Toddlers
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How to Make List of Healthy Foods for Toddlers

Some days, the constant refrain of “I’m hungry” can make you a little worried. Could your child possibly have some sort of parasite? Though it might seem that way, it’s normal for children to want to eat frequently. Fortunately, children are really good at monitoring their own intake, according to…

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How to Teach Simply Psychology to Toddlers Health
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How to Teach Simply Psychology to Toddlers Health

Separating a child from their primary caregiver can have harmful effects on the child if the separation is frequent or for an extended period of time. Children are born with the ability, desire and need to attach to others. Your child will form the strongest bond with the person who…

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How to Play Toddler Alphabet Reading Games
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How to Play Toddler Alphabet Reading Games

Irrelevant of whether you buy into the schtick of the late-night infomercials, unless your toddler is genuinely gifted, she will probably have more interest in using a book for scribbling, or swatting the cat, than in actually trying to read it. Still, you can begin helping your toddler develop her…

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