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How to Create a Aware of Socioemotional Activities for Toddlers

Your toddler is quietly stacking blocks when suddenly he walks over and offers you a sip of his juice. You’re doing something right, Mommy–this gesture, while seemingly small, shows your tot is on track in his social and emotional development. Making friends, expressing anger in a healthy way, taking care…

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How to Make Aware in Sleep Regression in Toddlers

Finally! Your toddler is sleeping through the night. You cruise along on months of uninterrupted sleep, then boom, suddenly your toddler regresses. Now he won’t go to sleep at nap time and he wakes several times through the night. Yes, this is exhausting and frustrating, but understanding the reasons helps…

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How to List Sleep Disturbances in Toddlers

Congratulations. You’ve made it through your baby’s first year, surviving the sleepless nights, midnight feedings, colicky cries and the onslaught of poopy diapers. Now that you’re over the hurdle of babyhood, you settle in for some much needed catch-up sleep, when suddenly, you’re jolted awake by an endless, bloodcurdling scream…

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How to Make the Aware of Sleep Basics for Toddlers

Those toys don’t just throw themselves around your entire house! Your toddler is doing hard physical work all day, from running to jumping to breaking your antiques, and he’s doing it all on those short little legs. Sleep is what allows him to grow and develop at this furious pace,…

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How to Encourage Positive Discipline Techniques to Toddlers

Whoever coined the phrase, rules were made to be broken, was probably a parent. Toddlers are master explorers of boundaries and limits, testing every rule, even those you didn’t know you needed. Positive discipline, explains Kids Heath, is how we teach our toddlers self control and how to choose acceptable…

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How To Learn Physical Exercises for Toddlers

Most moms of toddlers will attest to the fact that getting their toddlers to move about requires little, if any, encouragement. Exercise comes naturally to these little explorers who thrive on walking, running, climbing, twirling, and jumping their way around a new and exciting world. Physical exercise has a practical…

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How To Train Physical Activities for Toddlers

As most parents can attest, toddlers require little, if any, motivation to move their bouncy little bodies. However, the National Association for Sport and Physical Education reports that many toddlers from 30 to 36 months of age fall woefully short of the suggested 60 to 90 minutes of daily exercise….

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How To Make Party Crafts for Toddlers

So, you’re throwing a party for toddlers. You don’t want the children crying or screaming because they do not have anything to keep them occupied. Avoid this toddler party nightmare by getting prepared the right way. Don’t worry about how the cake or decorations look — that doesn’t really matter…

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How To Painting Techniques for Toddlers

Kids love to paint, and what’s not to love? Bright colors, interesting textures and lots of messy fun! Toddlers may not have the dexterity or desire to use paintbrushes, so let your tots experiment with different painting techniques. They are sure to have a blast exploring the world of color…

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How To Overcoming Shyness in Toddlers

Children are often labeled shy although they just need some time to warm up to new people and situations. Being cautious is a normal part of child development. However, if shyness turns into withdrawal, then it may indicate more serious behavioral problems. Parents can help their toddler build self-esteem and…

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How To Make Night Awakenings in Toddlers

Many moms dread the sound of their little sleeping beauty waking distressed from a peaceful sleep. These so-called night awakenings can occur at any age, but cause the most anguish between late infancy through the preschool years, according to the Cleveland Clinic. The minds of toddlers are not only running…

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How To Make Neurological Development in Toddlers

Your toddler’s first three-word sentence or his new-found artistic talent all have their beginnings in his neurological development. Although temper tantrums don’t normally bring a smile to anyone’s face, it is cause to rejoice this show of independence which signifies that his brain cells are learning to talk to one…

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How To Change Negative Thoughts in Toddlers

Intrusive thoughts are universal among humans, and toddlers are not an exception. When toddlers become distressed, upset, or have difficulty managing their feelings, they may experience unwelcome involuntary ideas, thoughts or images. Parents can implement cognitive behavioral strategies that can stop negative thoughts and replace them with positive thinking. Negative…

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How To Share Viral News of Motor Ability in Toddlers

Growing from a baby into a child is hard work, and much of that work comes during the toddler years. From 1 to 3 years of age, your child will likely learn to walk, run, jump, feed herself, stack blocks and copy simple shapes. All toddlers develop skills at different…

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Letter and People Activities for Toddlers Skip

You know how exciting it can feel when your child begins to grow and learn skills. Two of the main areas toddlers love to learn include learning about letters and people. You can encourage your toddler in these areas by providing him with fun and exciting activities about the alphabet…

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How To Teach Learning Toys & Games for Toddlers

Playtime becomes noisier, messier and more active as 1-year-old babies grow into 2-year-old toddlers. Kids learn through play. Blowing bubbles and finger painting with pudding is … Although you can spend a lot of money on toys and entertainment for a toddler, this is an unnecessary expenditure to keep your…

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Learning to talk for toddler’s development

Learning to talk is one of the most important milestones in a toddler’s development. Parents, especially first-time parents, often feel anxious if their child does not say his … For many moms, hearing a baby’s first words is like waiting for water to boil: You know it is going to…

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