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Parenting Toddlers

5 Simple Sensory Play Ideas

Sensory play is essentially any activity that involves the child’s senses: taste, smell, touch, sight, and hearing. Often combining the use of multiple senses, this form of play helps children develop these senses and also encourages children to think critically. Is an Amazing Learning Tool for Every Kid Under 8

While on, I don’t have to worry that she’s going to wind up somewhere on the Internet that I don’t want her to go.

4 Unplugged Indoor Activities for Energetic Toddlers

During the toddler years there is never a dull moment, or a private one for that matter. With a little imagination you can include your best little buddy in your daily routine and get some work done, too. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Painting Games to Keep Kids Busy

Whether you like traditional paint and paper or the online version, you’ll find an abundance of painting games for kids on the Internet.

Top 5 Toddler Educational Apps

We are sure that your toddlers will love put choices and that you will be happy that they are learning just as much as they are having fun.

The Surface Pro 3 Vs. the Surface Pro 4

There is no question that the Surface Pro line is formidable in and of itself. It's only natural for improvements with each iteration. However, you can decide whether or not your budget reigns supreme.

Activities for Toddlers

We are sure that you will have a ton of fun with your 2-year-old with these activities, and they are sure to inspire many hours of creative play.

Art Activities for Toddlers

As toddler grows, he will be more inquisitive about materials and textures, means that art activities for children are essential. Check out Art Activities for Toddlers for more.

How to Deal with Difficult Bedtimes with Toddlers

We take a look at the best ways to encourage your toddler to get enough sleep and how you can combat difficult bedtimes.

How to Remember Your Child's Amusing & Cute Quotes allows you to save the amusing or cute things that your child says.

How to Deal with Fussy Eaters

Children can often be labelled as fussy eaters, when in fact they are just being children. It is also natural for children to suddenly dislike food. If your child sounds a little like this, it is probably normal.

Top Tips on Dealing with Toddler Tantrums

Toddlers are constantly learning at a super fast rate, often faster than their emotional development can handle. If you think about the times you get angry, it is probably when you are over-tired.

An Introduction to Sensory Play

Sensory play is the process of stimulating your child's senses, through structured activities and play. Each play session can be designed to bring alive one or more of the five senses; sight, taste, touch, smell and sound.

The Best Parenting Advice I’ve Ever Gotten

Unless something is literally life- or limb-threatening, no mom should or shouldn’t do anything. Using that word, in fact, is a surefire way to alienate your mom friends, who are your salvation and sanity on a daily basis. If I have a suggestion that I think might help a friend, I suggest it’s something that she “might” be interested in or mention that it’s something that worked for us.

Sibling rivalry when a new baby arrives

A new baby is a huge adjustment for the older child, who can feel that the new baby is taking over their role in the family, and this can lead to sibling rivalry. This can be shown in many different ways including behaving aggressively towards the baby, by pinching or poking them or throwing things at them.

Tips for Choosing Childcare

Whether you choose a formal child-care center, family day care, or in-home care, there are some basic things you should know and insist upon. To help you make this all-important decision, we’ve talked to mothers and other experts who have been in the child-care trenches.

Behaviors Your Child Learns from You

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from more than a decade of being a father, it’s this — I’m being watched every single day.Not only am I being watched, but my children are also listening to the words I say. They are studying me for cues. Every decision I make, every word I speak, every action step I take, is under observation.

Summer Vacation Activities for Preschoolers

Are you tired of hearing the kids say “I’m bored,” already? It’s only the first week of summer vacation and I’ve heard it a thousand times from my preschooler. Today, I’ve compiled a list of fun activities that are (mostly) cheap and don’t require much hands-on attention from mom and dad.

A Mom’s Guide to Gentle Discipline

It’s the part of parenting that none of us likes, the times when we have to lay down the law or set consequences, but the truth is that discipline is a necessary part of your child’s development if they’re going to learn and grow into responsible adults who can manage their own behavior.

Helping Your Toddler with Separation Anxiety

Dreading leaving your toddler with the babysitter or at daycare and want to prepare him? Check out these 12-Step Program. Once you’re confident about the caregiver or daycare center, focus on helping your toddler get through this difficult stage and have a good group experience. Here’s a twelve step program to smooth the process.

Moving Toddlers into ‘The Big Bed’

I was definitely nervous about moving my kids out of their cribs and into big kid beds. I worried that the big move would disrupt their sleep. And yes, I was sad that they were leaving the baby stage behind. But, all three of my boys enjoyed plenty of big kid bed benefits, including these.

6 Potty Training Methods

There’s no single, guaranteed method for success in potty training. You’ve got to choose your strategy based on the kind of kid your child is, and the kind of parent you are, too. Here are six popular approaches to taming the toilet.

How Boredom Can Benefit Toddlers

For many parents, the summer provides a welcome reprieve from the intense academic, sport and extracurricular activities of the academic year. However, summer can be a time of trading one stress for another – to much scheduled activity to little or no structured activity. A universal phrase parents hear in the summer is, “I’m bored, there’s nothing to do.” Hopefully not on the first day of school vacation.

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