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The despair that follows the untimely death of a child can be debilitating. Though the death of a child can be overwhelming, support systems can help parents make it through the darkness. It will take time, and the process will be painful, but parents can…
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People in cultures all over the world use gestures when speaking, which has spawned psychologists, sociologists and cognitive scientists alike to question gestures as they relate to language and cognitive development. Even toddlers use gestures as an…
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Grammy and Grampy, Abuelita and Abuelo, Lola and Boppo — they go by different names, but one thing’s the same: They love their grandchildren deeply. Maybe your child’s grandparents know the timeout drill, or maybe they see her twice a year on holidays.…
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When your child shows a natural aptitude for something, it’s normal for you to encourage him to practice that skill, hone it and do even better. Many parents, though, take this encouragement to an unhealthy extreme, without even realizing it. Unable to…
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If you’ve ever wondered how little kids learn, watch your little one copy your behavior. This could be a scary thing if your kid hears you hit your thumb with a hammer. It’s heartwarming when you hear your kid call someone “honeycake.” Your own behavior —…
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What goes up, must come down. Three-year-olds enjoy lifting the silky fabric of the parachute up as high as they can and anticipating it falling to the ground. Parachutes teach 3-year-olds gross motor skills, listening skills and social skills — perhaps…
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Making paper plate crafts with your toddler is an ideal way to spend quality time together and help your child learn creative skills he will use later on. It’s important to remember that toddlers are limited to what they can do themselves, so parent…
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A paper mache nest project is an ideal introduction to paper mache for your toddler because it doesn’t have to be neat. Cover a small bowl in plastic wrap and turn it upside-down. Provide your little chick with a bowl of glue and some shredded paper —…
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Cutting with scissors is a complex process for toddlers who are developing their fine motor skills. It can be frustrating to see your little one struggle with cutting, but remember mom, practice makes perfect. To help your toddler become a master of…
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Kids love to paint, and what’s not to love? Bright colors, interesting textures and lots of messy fun! Toddlers may not have the dexterity or desire to use paintbrushes, so let your tots experiment with different painting techniques. They are sure to have…
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