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Digits and Numbers Part 2 of 4

digits and numbers part 2 of 4

How to Find Smart, Affordable and Fun Educational Games For Kids

Fun and affordable educational games for kids can help children retain what they have learned over summer break or give them a helping hand with their day-to-day learning. Finding resources with entertaining and educational games needn’t be too hard.

How to Raise a Take-Charge Kid

Raising a take charge kid is a great way to ease your mind of doubts and fears where your child is concerned. Every parent wishes for a child who can handle themselves.

Tracking Labels For Children’s Products – US Consumer Product Safety Commission

A recent law known as the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA)came into force last year and one section in particular deals with the requirement for tracking labels to be affixed to every product intended for use by children. Section 103(a) of the new legislation makes it mandatory for manufacturers to affix a tracking label on every product intended for use by children aged twelve or younger. The law applies even if the product is not exclusively intended for use by children but simply “primarily intended” for use by children.

How to Protect Your Kids’ Safety Online

We would be the first to recognize that the Internet is a wondrous tool. It is incredible for educational purposes and a way to communicate online at any hour about shared interests. However, those of us who are over 35 depended mainly on books and teachers for learning when we were young. We interacted in person with our peers on high school and college campuses.

Parenting Child Care – Baby’s Cry

Every baby cries for various different reasons. Crying is the only language known to the child to express its discomfort. Crying of the child generally causes anxiety to the mother and to others in the family. When the mother hears the child cry she comes running to it and tries to pacify it.

To Co-Sleep Or Not to Co-Sleep

Co-sleeping – allowing your baby to share your bed rather than sleep on his own – is another of those polarising parenting issues that get people on both sides of the divide hot under the collar. Here are some of the reasons why I believe it’s the best solution for all concerned.

Angry Teenagers – How Do You Deal With Kids You Love But Don’t Always Like

Angry teenagers can be hard to be around. You may feel confused about how you feel about this because you love your child, but the reality is that sometimes you just don’t like him. Since few parents ever talk about this even with their spouses, this suppressed feeling makes you feel guilty, even further draining your energy and setting you up for more conflict with your teen. It’s a vicious cycle that leaves you wondering, why, oh, why can’t the kid just do what he’s told?

Helping Children With Strong Family Relationships

Building a positive and healthy relationship between parent and child is one that requires work and effort to make it strong and successful. Parenting is a tough and exhausting job, and maintaining close relationships and open communication helps to ensure parents and their children stay connected through all ages and stages of development.

Helping Your Teen Manage Anger

Do you have an angry teen? Most parents go through this phase at some point. Here are some tips to help you teach your teen how to deal with anger.

10 Steps For Helping Your Teen After a Melt-Down Or a Blow-Up

No teen or adult does their best thinking when we’re upset. And yet the very situation that triggered the melt-down or the blow-up cannot be resolved without clear thinking! These tips can help a (calm) parent guide a young person back from the brink of an upset into the realm of active problem-solving mode.

What to Look For in a Car Seat

When it comes to your children, being safe and protecting them is one of the most if not the most important thing you can do. One of the everyday situations you have to take into consideration is transporting your child in a car. Every time you get into a car there is a chance of an accident.

Childproofing Your Apartment

Everyone knows that an apartment is a great place in which to raise a family, but it’s easy to forget in the daily hustle-and-bustle of daily life that children require special consideration when it comes to safety. So what’s the best way to childproof your new apartment home?

Critical Comments Flow Freely From Parents

Do you make more positive comments or negative comments to your children? If you’re like most parents, you make a lot more negative comments than positive ones.

Don’t Settle For Chaos – How to Create Effective Boundaries For a Stronger & Healthier Family

Conquer family chaos with sound structure and effective communication. Modern families have so many distractions and challenges, parents must make a stand for what’s important, the development of their children.

Shopping With a Small Child

We’ve all been there, attempting to do the grocery shopping with a fussy toddler/child in tow. Here are some suggestions for making that trip to the grocery store something less than a disaster.

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