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How to Use Seaside Children’s Activities – Preschooler Skip

Spending the day with your children by the sea can create beautiful memories that last a lifetime. Or, between the sand everywhere, the complaints that they’re hot or the constant worry that they’ll go out to far into the water, it can create sour memories. Plan a few seaside activities…

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How to share Science Lessons for Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

Jumping in mud puddles just to see water splash all over their new clothes and pulling the round ornament off the Christmas tree just to see if it will bounce, toddlers have a natural curiosity about the scientific world. Mischief aside, the best way for toddlers to learn about science…

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How to Share Sensory Development in Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

As your little baby grows into a toddler, you will discover just how much she uses her senses. Whether she refuses to eat her peas because of the yucky texture or refuses to wear a shirt because of how it feels, toddlers will let you know! On the other hand,…

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How to share sensory Challenges in Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

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. But, being such a polite little guy, he’d almost put his tongue to the cupcake brought to class for a…

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How to use self-injurious Behavior in Preschoolers – Preschooler Skip

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 preschooler. If she is in day care or preschool, the child’s teacher might also have some ideas of where to…

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How to create safety Procedures for Kids – Preschooler Skip

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 two or three non-negotiable rules about each situation and discussing them with the kids regularly so they remember them when…

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How to share selective Eating in Toddlers – Preschooler-skip

When your toddler consistently uses his new favorite word — “no!” — during eating time, you might reconsider the “I’ll never bribe my child” phrase you uttered when he was born. If only your toddler would eat anything you gave him like he did when he was a baby, you…

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How to share regulating Sleep in Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

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 share recommended Night Potty Training Preschooler Skip

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 create recommended Books for Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

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 solve toddler Weaning Problem – Preschooler Skip

Extended nursing provides your toddler with both the nutritional benefits of mother’s milk and with a special quiet time that helps an energetic toddler wind down and bond with you. There comes a time when toddlers must wean, which can cause certain temporary behavioral problems. Weaning should feel smooth and…

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How to share toddler Teaching Supplies – Preschooler Skip

Your toddler is your pride and joy, and you want only the best for her. As her first teacher, you likely want to provide a quality educational environment for her. If you let her shop for her own supplies, your cart may include crayons, paper and lots of toys. While…

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How to share toddler Swim Lessons – Preschooler Skip

Before you write a check for swim lessons, be aware that you might be creating a monster: once your toddler learns to swim, coaxing his splash-happy self out of the water will be a challenge. Swim lessons will help him learn to love the water and do it safely, and…

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How to share Toddler Activities in Dallas – Preschooler Skip

Dallas, Texas, is an exciting city for young children. The only thing that might be boring is driving to get to different activities. But even so, there is always something to do in your own community. Dallas has something for pretty much every age group year-round. With a population of…

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How to share tips for Tired Parents – Preschooler Skip

Parenting can be wonderful and rewarding. But don’t let anyone fool you: Parenting is exhausting. From the moment he came into this world, your baby has needed your full attention throughout the day and night. Working parents have twice the load. The good news is not only can you survive…

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How to share Thought Provoking Activities for Preschoolers Preschooler Skip

A study conducted by the University of Michigan reported in Science Daily suggests preschoolers actively contribute to their own development of learning about their world. Of course, this is hardly earth-shattering news to any parent who has had to answer an unending salvo of “why” questions from their preschooler in…

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How to Use Toddler Boy Behavior – Preschooler Skip

Toddlers are a crazy breed, with contrariness, tantrums and wild antics all wrapped up in a cute little package. Your tot is learning to think for himself and finally realizing he’s independent of you. He wants control of his universe, but he doesn’t have the emotional maturity to understand how…

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How to Use Toddler Bathrobe Patterns – Preschooler Skip

A comfortable bathrobe is a luxury for anyone, young or old. Stepping out of the shower into a soft, snuggly bathrobe is much nicer than wrapping up in a damp towel. Bathrobe choices for toddlers are numerous. Choose a bathrobe pattern that suits your child’s personality or let her go…

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How to Use Teething Cures for Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

Teething is the word used to describe the long process of a baby or toddler getting all of his primary teeth. This can be painful for the child and scary for the parent. By the time children have become toddlers, at least, there is a light at the end of…

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How to share simple toddler friendly recipes preschooler skip

Let’s face it, most toddlers are picky eaters. As a mom, you want to make sure that your little ones are getting the right nutrition, but how do you make that happen when you can’t get them to eat what you serve? Maybe it’s time to start getting sneaky! Make…

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How to use simple indoor winter activities preschooler skip

Small children and winter time are a difficult combination. They want to play outside but come back inside soaking wet and cold, or they want to stay in and end up whining because they’re bored. Don’t pull your hair out just yet, because all is not lost. What you need…

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How to Share Stacking Games for Toddlers – Preschooler Skip

Kidlets knocking over a pile of blocks is such a classic parenting image. That’s because all kids love to stack. They’ll stack anything just to watch it fall. It’s part of fine-motor development for toddlers and you can encourage it by creating stacking games. Of course, no matter how you…

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How to Use Square Activities for Preschoolers – Preschooler Skip

If you want to have a tactical approach to teaching your preschooler shapes without losing his interest in five seconds, try sneaking the lessons in through crafts and activities. Building a playhouse, constructing a rainbow city, painting with potatoes and playing in the tub can all add up to be…

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How to make aware siblings and telepathy preschooler skip

It’s like something out of a horror movie: siblings with a creepy ability to know what the other is thinking. The theory, promulgated by pop culture, reinforced by urban legends, and confirmed by parental paranoia, is that closeness between siblings is strong enough to produce telepathic episodes, particularly in moments…

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How to share Springtime Safety Topics – Preschooler Skip

Teaching toddlers and preschoolers about safety is an important year-round topic, but there are some specific concerns related to the changing of seasons. After being cooped up all winter, children are usually ready to spread their wings and explore nature and the joys of warmer weather. With fresh flowers and…

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