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 senses every day to decide what to eat, what the weather is like and what kind of games you want…

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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 for sure: she’s on the move and has energy to burn. Distract your growing tot from all the “no-nos” of…

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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 Play Rainy Day Games with Kids
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How to Play Rainy Day Games with Kids

A rainy day with your 2-year-old doesn’t have to mean wild couch gymnastics and dinner at the emergency room cafeteria. Keeping your toddler occupied and engaged on rainy days takes a little more creativity, but it also lets you spend some quality learning time together. Counting Puffs This game is…

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How To Make Teddy Bear Art Activities For Toddlers
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How To Make Teddy Bear Art Activities For Toddlers

What 2-year-old doesn’t love to take a thick paint brush and slap brightly colored paint on large sheets of paper? Her attention span, dexterity and language skills are developed enough for her to enjoy these sweet teddy bear activities. In the world of a toddler, Teddy bears are everywhere —…

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How to Teaching Tools for 2 Year OldsSkip

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 exhausted and completely bewildered all at once. One of the best ways to manage a tyrant toddler is to make…

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Lunch Box Food Ideas for 4-Year-OldsSkip

When a 4-year old starts preschool, they often find themselves with an open lunch box and the awesome freedom to eat what’s in it — or not. Your child’s peers will often influence his eating behavior, so making the food appealing to your child as well as the kids around…

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Promote Physical Development for Four Year OldsSkip

Four-year-olds are often full of energy and love to move around, using their bodies to run, jump and climb. This is also a time when they are learning many new skills that they will need when they go to school, such as counting, letter recognition, colors and shapes. There are…

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Language Development Activities for Two-Year-OldsSkip

You have heard your 2-year-old mutter her first cute words, but mastering an entire language may still seem like an impossible task. The more you speak to her, the more she will learn, so chat away during everything you do together — before long you won’t be able to get…

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Inside Active Games for Five Year OldsSkip in Preschooler

It’s raining, it’s pouring, the kids whine, “It’s boring…” Your children are hyped up from eating too many chocolate chip cookies at Grandma’s house. They want to go outside, but the skies have suddenly turned dark and, as quickly as you can say, “We’re staying inside,” so have their moods….

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