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Category archive for ‘Toddlers’

Choosing the right toys for your child

Share   There are so many toys out there, and juggling your child’s needs (and wants!) – along with advertising and peer pressure influences – can be tricky. But....

What are the benefits of summer camp?

Share Many of the positive skills children learn at summer camp are called upon later in life. Dr. Stephen Fine, the director of the Hollows Camp, has researched summer camps....

Cheering on Your Child

Share The way you cheer on (and support) your child during a sports game or practice can make a big difference in the way your child views you and the sport. Finding the right....

Children and outdoor safety

Share Safety on Bikes, Trikes, and Skateboards Always insist that your child wear a helmet when riding a trike, bike, or skateboard. Make sure bike helmets have the CPSC....

Tips to Handle Toddlers Tantrums in Public

Share You may have often seen a child shouting and screaming at the top of his voice at the shopping mall or a restaurant. A scolding parent and an uncontrollably crying child,....

Benefits of Video Gaming In Children

Share   If you are a parent and you have a son and a daughter then you are bound to experience a few arguments now and again. After all, we all know what brother sister....

Tips to Help Kids to Make Friends

Share Friends are the most important part of one’s life. With friends we have beautiful memories which we cherish throughout our lives. Friendship is the only relationship....

Chores and Children

Share Housework seems simple, but for many parents it’s fraught with emotion. It’s easy to slide into thinking that when our children don’t pick up, it means they don’t....

Young Kids and Educational Programs: What You Need to Know

Share When it comes to young children and television viewing, parents have a variety of beliefs about what (and whether) their kids should be watching. While some parents....

5 Steps to Prepare Your Toddler for College

Share The Spring emphasis on college acceptances and rejections can’t help but have parents of young children project to the future. Intuitively, it makes sense to think....

Understanding and Helping Toddler Sleep

Share There are several things parents and caregivers can do to prepare young children for sleeping. 1. Avoid media, especially scary images: Children under age 6 are fear-reactive....

10 Things to Know About Potty Training

Share Could your child be ready to potty train? Our ten-step guide will get you started on the right track and help you and your little one find potty training success.  – By....