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Why does my child suck their thumb or finger

01st May 2009
You're Not Alone Thumb sucking is one of the most common habits during childhood. Most children suck their thumb for safety even before birth. Roughly one out of every three children, ages 1 to 4, will suck his or her thumb at least sometimes. About one ... Read >
Author: stpthumbsucking

Grammar correction harms language acquisition

09th April 2009
The standard way foreign languages are taught still involves very little speaking practice, rather a lot of translations from one's native to the target language and lots of grammar drill, outdated methods that do more harm than good. The problem with ... Read >
Author: Franz Rasch

Toddlers Activities For The Terrible Twos?

10th March 2009
Having lost interest in baby toys, but still too young to be involved in the activities provided for older children, toddlers are often seen as disruptive. This second year is one of extraordinary rapid growth and development, but unless careful though... Read >
Author: Victoria Welch

Choosing The Right Night Diapers

08th February 2009
People buy night diapers for a number of reasons. Some parents find that their babies or toddlers, who are not fully dry at night, produce a lot of urine and by the time they wake a normal diaper is leaking. Others buy night diapers for older children who... Read >
Author: Margaret Tye

Maclaren Stroller Reviews - Techno, Quest, Volo

09th January 2009
Stroller reviews are full of praise for Maclaren strollers, both for style and functionality. While they do come with many standard features that make them competitive in the cluttered market today, they are also appreciated for unique ideas that provide ... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Baby Sign Language: 5 Fun Ways You Can Increase Your Toddler's IQ

20th June 2008
The language of signs of babies in fact can improve your baby's IQ. This is part of startling conclusions made from studies done in America in the last 2 decades or so. The best part is that this learning process is a joyous occasion for both infant and p... Read >
Author: niksmout

Teaching Sign Language to Toddlers and Older Children

16th June 2008
Bringing up children is a very delicate and complicated task that requires a lot of time, attention and patience. Main reason being that children, especially toddlers and small kids are incapable of expressing themselves as vividly as adults. Over time, p... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

Three Things to Consider When Buying Preschool and Kindergarten Educational Learning Toys

01st August 2007
Back to School and it's time to think tbout new toys for preschool and kindergarten children. Excitement is in the air - its Back to School time and parents and educators will once again begin searching for new quality educational learning toys for the... Read >
Author: Garolyn Bowen

The importance of fantasy in childrens play

01st July 2007
What is fantasy play? Fantasy play is when young children create stories and act them out. Toddlers love this kind of role playing and it is really important for developing skills which will be invaluable to them in later life. What may seem a simple gam... Read >
Author: Karen Singleton

Common zoo animal fact to teach young children

26th April 2007
Spending a day at the zoo was one of my favorite outings as a young child. I grew up in Chicago and had two wonderful zoos to enhance my early learning experiences. But now, as an adult, I often find myself wondering if the animals that are caged up ar... Read >
Author: Garolyn Bowen
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