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9 Tips for Developing Healthy Eating Habits in Your Children

You’ll find that while there aren’t any roadmaps to feeding your kids, there are ways in which you can get them to learn to eat healthily and stick to it. The following tips should teach you the trick that a lot of parents these days are still trying to figure out. Start with yourself. Ask … Continue reading

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7 Benefits Your Child Will Get from Coloring Books

If even adults like us find coloring books fun, think about how much more entertaining it would be for your child. But that’s not all coloring books are about! Coloring books improve hand-eye coordination. Hand-eye coordination is one of the primary skills a toddler must develop before they can learn to read and write. Don’t … Continue reading

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The 6 Benefits of Introducing Picture Books to Your Children at an Early Age

Picture books double as an effective language tool. The content of a picture book holds a rich combination of pictures and words. These pages do more than just capture your little one’s attention. It also helps your child form associations between the words and the pictures. This, in turn, helps expand your child’s vocabulary. Other … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Prepare Your Children for School

The first day of school for your kids is a huge day. It can be scary, exciting, and nerve-wracking for both you and your little one. However, there are some ways to help not only prepare your child for their academic careers but to also prepare you for that day when you watch your child … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why Physical Activities Are Important for Children

Physical activities play a large role in the health of your children. With many children spending their days in front of the TV or playing video games, they do not get as much physical activity that they need on a daily basis. This is dangerous as it can lead to not only childhood obesity but … Continue reading

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