How to Encourage Your Toddler to Eat his Dinner
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How to Make Socialization Ideas for Children

“Mommy, why does Gramma say I need socials? What’s socials, and why do I need one?” Your toddler or preschooler might not understand what Gramma means or that her thoughts might be outdated if she says her grandchild needs more time with peers, according to parenting expert, Raymond Moore, author…

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How to Share Pounding Activities for Children

Pounding activities promote development of little minds and bodies alike, as young children discover how to use large and small muscle groups and eye-hand coordination to manipulate pounding tools and materials. Varying objects and items will teach your child differences in textures while helping him to adjust his force and…

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How To Reduce Parental Pressure on Children

When your child shows a natural aptitude for something, it’s normal for you to encourage him to practice that skill, hone it and do even better. Many parents, though, take this encouragement to an unhealthy extreme, without even realizing it. Unable to explore their new skill on their own terms,…

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How To Share Oceanography Activities for Children

The ocean is home for so many plants and animals, from tiny organisms that can be seen with a microscope to the largest creatures on earth. Children have a natural curiosity about the ocean and ask dozens of questions. Are you ready for this? Borrow plenty of books from the…

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How To Make Occupational Activities for Children

Occupational therapy activities aren’t just for adults with paying jobs, but for your preschooler, whose main job is to play, learn and have fun. Activities that develop your preschooler’s abilities to do his job now also prepare him for further learning and development during the elementary years and beyond. Fine…

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How children often start rejecting lot of food

“No, no, no!” Your baby’s head shakes vehemently, food flies across the room, and the plate crashes to the floor. If this frustrating scenario sounds familiar, you are not alone. According to HealthyChildren.org, it’s quite common for 1-year-olds to start becoming picky about food. Why does this happen and what…

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Learning Opportunities for Children Ages 3 to 4Skip

Young children learn things every day because they have so much to learn. “Look, Momma, a caterpillar. What’s it doing?” This can spark a teachable moment if you’re willing to respond. From learning self-care to observing nature, you can explore and learn with your child. His hunger for learning might…

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Is Day Care Linked to Aggression in Children?

You have enough on your plate balancing work and family — bringing home a terror from day care wasn’t in the contract you signed when you enrolled your child. Is it your child, other children or the type of care that is feeding your tot’s out-of-the-blue aggression? It may be…

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How To Create Influences on Children’s Behavior Development

Children are bombarded with all sorts of information and experiences during the first years of their lives. As concerned parents, we try to ensure that our toddlers are exposed to experiences that foster their physical, mental and character development. While it’s encouraging to know we can play a positive role…

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