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Why Tantrums Shouldn’t be The Bane of a Parent’s Life!

We’ve all been in the humiliating situation where our child makes a scene through it’s screams, rants and kicks but nothing is worse that when they do it in front of peers, friends and family.  Don’tworry!  We have all been there and I have some tips to help you. Imagine the scenario if you will. …

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Doc McStuffins: Time For Your Check Up

What’s the one thing you remembered when you were little? Was it playing with a certain toy? Or was it having fun and using your imagination? What do you do with that big box? That’s the number one thing that I loved about Doc McStuffins; it encourages imagination! About Doc McStuffins Time For Checkup: “It …

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5 Efficient Ways To Teach Your Child All About Charity

Teaching your child all about charity is essential – children have a sense of compassion and charity, all you have to do is to tackle it and teach the little one that being kind to others is very noble. Besides, one of the biggest advantages of teaching your kid about charity is that he will …

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Child Development Activity #10: Leaf Tracings

Skills this child development activity enhances: Sorting Visual Discrimination Problem Solving For ages: Preschool 3 years + Leaf Tracings Materials Needed: Paper Pencils or Crayons Leaf Tracings Instructions: Create tracings or crayon or pencil rubbings of several different types of leaves, and encourage your child to place the correct leaf over the corresponding tracing. !Monitor …

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