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LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN TODDLERS AND PRESCHOOLERS

It is important to encourage language development in toddlers and preschooler as well. Language development activities will help them to express themselves more efficiently. Read on to find some tips for encouraging language development in toddlers and preschoolers. Learning language and mastering it is an amazing journey for every kid and her parents as well. Many parents actually look forward ...

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HOW TO GET TODDLERS TO BRUSH TEETH WILLINGLY

Toddlers find brushing teeth boring so they seldom get to the habit of brushing their teeth without any fuss. Read on to know how to get toddlers to brush teeth willingly. Some kids get into the habit of brushing their teeth without any fuss, but some are completely difficult to tackle when it comes to brushing teeth. Even though it ...

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TODDLER – Watching TV can actually be good for toddlers

By Gemma Taylor Scaremongering about the negative effects of children’s TV-watching is not new. But in our busy lives it’s more and more tempting to let your child watch television for half an hour or so while you tidy up, wash up, make phone calls, pay your bills or simply take a moment to sit down.   Despite the prevalence ...

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TODDLER – At what age is it easiest to learn a second language?

By Monika Schmid Professor of Linguistics, University of Essex   If you want to learn a foreign language, should you begin before a certain age in order to fully master it? Popular opinion holds that young children find it easier than adults because childhood is a “critical period” for language learning.   It has been difficult to prove this, but ...

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HELPING THEM WALK

Walking is one of the biggest milestones in a toddler’s life. Parents are often anxious for their kids to start walking on their own. Read on to learn what you can do to encourage your toddler to take his first steps and walk independently. Every child learns to walk at his own speed, but parents are always impatient to see ...

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SAY CHEESE! GETTING THE PERFECT SHOT OF YOUR TODDLER

As a parent, sometimes it can seem like you aren’t just raising children, you are also a professional photographer (and yes, we know you’re also a chef, a housekeeper, an alarm clock, a teacher and a chauffeur.) You spend a lot of time taking pictures of your kids, and you can’t help it. Every second is an opportunity to capture ...

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SUPER FOODS TO GIVE TO YOUR TODDLER

From green smoothies to chia seeds, we are a culture of people moving away from super sizing and toward super foods. Figuring out how early you can include these nutrient-rich, healthful foods into your rapidly developing toddlers is on many parents’ minds. Some child feeding experts recommend sneaking healthy foods for toddlers in with other things that have more kid ...

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HOW TO CURB BITING

Many toddlers go through a “biting stage.” They bite their Mums and dads, or they bite other children. The parents of children who are bitten become fierce defenders of their children. Their “I’ve got to protect my child” response can easily come across as “Your child is bad,” and can set off emotional waves that parents of the biter and ...

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HOW TO GET THEM TO DRINK MORE WATER

Water is crucial to a child’s health. It hydrates, helps regulate body temperature, and helps prevent constipation and urinary tract infections – all without adding calories or sugar to the diet. But what if your child doesn’t like water? See how other parents got their kids to drink up. Make it available When you think your child is thirsty, hand ...

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THE CURE FOR WHINING

Should children get what they want by whining? Absolutely not. Should they learn that they can get their way by marshaling good arguments and making them in a reasonable, humorous, charming way that meets your needs as well as theirs? Absolutely, if you want them to get anywhere in life. But how to help them make that transition? Whining is ...

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