How Parents Know Toddlers Needed Rest During The Day
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How Parents Know Toddlers Need Rest During The Day

Naps are important for kids — and for parents, too! Besides giving kids a some much needed rest during the day, that little block of time gives a mom an opportunity to get some work done — or hopefully a little “me” time to chill a bit. Instilling good sleeping…

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How To Buy The Best Teething Bibs For Toddlers
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How To Buy The Best Teething Bibs For Toddlers

Teething babies are drooling machines. Babies have to suffer enough with the pain that they experience when a little tooth pushes its way through sensitive gums, they shouldn’t have to to deal with constant wet shirts that are covered in their own saliva. Not all bibs can keep up with…

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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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How to Use Seasonal Books for Children
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How to Use Seasonal Books for Children

“For winter!” your child proudly proclaims as she holds out her polka-dot bathing suit. It’s nothing to worry about: The concept of seasons is somewhat abstract for young kids, and it can take time to grasp. The good news is that lots of captivating seasonal books exist, which are aimed…

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How to Develop Self-Esteem Teaching Ideas
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How to Develop Self-Esteem Teaching Ideas

Children are never too young to start developing their self-esteem. According to parenting expert Dr. William Sears, parents are the key players when it comes to establishing a child’s self-worth — an inner strength that can affect social happiness, mental health and the ability to handle difficult situations. Ensure your…

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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 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 Face the Tough Challenges from Biracial Children
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How to Face the Tough Challenges from Biracial Children

Raising children presents tough challenges — sometimes when you least expect them. But raising biracial children might challenge the entire family because of the ignorance and lack of tolerance you are likely to face in the world. Your job as a parent will be to shield your kids, yet prepare…

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How Many Babysitters Training Need for Toddlers
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How Many Babysitters Training Need for Toddlers

A babysitter is like a consultant–anyone can call themselves one. This doesn’t mean there aren’t throngs of well-qualified babysitters available; it just means formal training isn’t a requirement for getting the job. Babysitters and their qualifications range widely, from the old woman next door who raised her children during the…

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How to Make Daily Checklist for your Babysitters
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How to Make Daily Checklist for your Babysitters

When you hire new babysitter for your little one, you might ask her what’s in her babysitter’s tool kit. If she looks clueless, you might want to look elsewhere for a babysitter, or help her out by providing a list of items you want her to have. You could also…

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How Many Black Friday Shopping Gifts Need for Kids
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How Many Black Friday Shopping Gifts Need for Kids

Battling the angry hordes in the still-dark morning hours of Black Friday to get your hands on the latest and greatest toddler toy was about all the holiday shopping you could handle. Choosing stocking stuffers is often the last item on the Christmas to-do list, so your budget and energy…

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How to Improve Toddlers Speech Activities
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How to Improve Toddlers Speech Activities

Now that your toddler has a sneaking suspicion that no one understands the gibberish she’s been speaking, she is ready to put more effort into learning the language everyone else speaks. Because children learn to speak by listening, she already understands much more language than she can speak. She will…

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How to Solve Toddlers Sleep Troubles
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How to Solve Toddlers Sleep Troubles

It’s 2 a.m. and you hear a small voice calling “Mommy!” for the third time tonight. You may have thought that your toddler was well past the stage of waking up frequently at night. Remember how you cheered the first time she slept through the night as an infant? Toddlers…

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How to Find the Strategies Help to Your Toddlers Sleep
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How to Find the Strategies Help to Your Toddlers Sleep

Common sleep battles among toddlers have prompted the popularity of the “children’s” book, “Go the F*** to Sleep.” Every parent knows what it’s like to endure requests for a drink, one more story or later bedtimes. Unfortunately, these all come at the time when you’re most exhausted and looking forward…

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How to Solve Toddlers Stay Awake Problems
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How to Solve Toddlers Stay Awake Problems

If your little one is determined to stay awake, nap time can turn into all out war. Thought you may be tempted to forsake the nap for the sake of peace, hold your ground. He may cry, scream and chuck every blanket and stuffed animal out of his crib, but…

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How to Convey Sleeping Guide with Toddlers
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How to Convey Sleeping Guide with Toddlers

If anyone needs a good night’s sleep, it’s a tantrum-prone toddler. As a mom of a busy and often demanding child, it’s in your best interest — and your child’s — to make sure she gets 12 to 14 hours of sleep in a 24-hour period, according to the National…

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How to Motivate Toddler Development Activities
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How to Motivate Toddler Development Activities

Whether it’s saying the name of his best friend or learning to hop on one foot, your toddler amazes you daily with all the new feats he is accomplishing. His little brain is growing more rapidly than it will at any other time in his life, and it is important…

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How to Make Curriculum Theme Ideas for Toddlers
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How to Make Curriculum Theme Ideas for Toddlers

Whether your toddler is in a school setting or at home, a curriculum is best built from his interests. Ask your little one what his favorite things are or what he wants to be when he grows up. Don’t be surprised if he says a “sanitation engineer” or a “fish.”…

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How Toddlers Use Summer Vacation Time Effectively
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How Toddlers Use Summer Vacation Time Effectively

Summer is such an exciting time for toddlers: they get to be outside, run around naked — despite mom’s best efforts — and play in the sand, water and waves. Showing your toddler books about summer can help introduce your child to summer vacation and playing at the beach. Fun…

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How Effective Tactics Need to Handle Toddlers
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How Effective Tactics Need to Handle Toddlers

It would be a dream if the nearly century-old hit tune “Ain’t Misbehavin” was written to describe toddler behavior, but a baby’s brain isn’t magically programmed to be well-behaved. That’s largely your job. A toddler needs to be taught not to kick, bite or hit when she’s upset. Toddler behavior…

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How to Share Toddler Bible School Activities
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How to Share Toddler Bible School Activities

You stand around the corner of your tot’s Bible school class and listen to him belt out “Jesus loves me, this I know,” and enjoy his enthusiasm, if not his ability to follow the tune. Toddler attention span is short and it takes various activities keep the kids occupied. You…

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How to Choose Best Playground For Your Toddler
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How to Choose Best Playground For Your Toddler

Who gave your little one a shot of caffeine this morning? If it feels like you’re training for the next New York City marathon as you run laps around the couch chasing him, you’re not alone. Maybe your little one is more of a pole vaulter than a runner as…

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How To Find Perfect Game For Your Toddler
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How To Find Perfect Game For Your Toddler

If you’re like most mamas, you’ve spent considerable time roaming the aisles of your local toy store searching for that perfect game for your toddler — one that will keep him engaged (that is, away from the remote, the stairs and the dog) and will help him learn. You’ll be…

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How To Discover Techniques Exit For Raising Preschooler
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How To Discover Techniques Exit For Raising Preschooler

For every study that claims raising your child one way is better than another, another study or organization might recommend a different method. Many techniques exist for raising children and it is up to you, the parent, to decide which one is suitable for you and your children. You might…

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How to Teaching Preschoolers Letters – PreschoolerSkip

Early literacy education for preschoolers should stimulate children’s interest and imagination through story reading sessions and frequent sharing of picture books. Children who experience fun story sessions with their parents will quickly notice that books contain printed letters. You can then build on children’s curiosity about print by introducing sound…

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