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  • Hygiene [2012-09-28]
    Hygiene is important for anyone taking care of children, and is one of the most effective ways we have to protect ourselves – and others – from illness.
  • Encouraging toddlers’ creative and artistic development [2012-09-28]
    Creative play is very important for toddlers’ development. Encourage your toddler by allowing plenty of time for free-flowing creative activities. It’s also good to give positive attention and praise your toddler’s creativity.
  • Recognising serious illness [2012-09-26]
    How do you know when your child’s illness is minor and when it might be more serious? Here’s a guide to signs of serious illness in your child.
  • Activities to promote literacy [2012-09-26]
    A child’s journey towards literacy involves learning to speak, listen, read, understand, watch, draw and write. You can help your child develop these skills from birth.
  • Five Steps to Better Handwriting [2012-09-24]
    You've been writing since you were a little kid. It started with scribbles and crayons and now it's pens, pencils, and cursive with all those swooping, swirling letters. Some kids love handwriting and others hate when it's time to put pencil to pa...
  • Rashes: The Itchy Truth [2012-09-24]
    A rash can also be called dermatitis (say: dur-muh-tye-tus), which is swelling (puffiness) or irritation of the skin. It can be red, dry, scaly, and itchy. Rashes also can include lumps, bumps, blisters, and even pimples. Most people have had a ra...
  • Reading and storytelling with babies and children [2012-09-21]
    Reading aloud and sharing stories with your child is a great way to spend time together. Even better, reading and storytelling helps promote language, literacy and brain development.
  • Trimming nails [2012-09-21]
    Learning how to cut your baby’s little nails might take a while, and you might feel a bit uneasy at first. But you won’t hurt your baby, and keeping her nails short will stop her scratching herself (and you!).
  • Second-hand smoke and your child [2012-09-19]
    Second-hand smoke is the smoke you breathe in from other people’s cigarettes, cigars or pipes. It can cause serious health problems for your child. Breathing in second-hand smoke is sometimes known as ‘passive smoking’.
  • Choosing the right toys for your child [2012-09-19]
    Toys can be a great way to kickstart your child’s play and support your child’s development. But your child might not need as many toys as you think.
  • Bad Bedtime Habits and How to Break Them [2012-09-17]
    My husband and I love the kids' bedtime. The look like sleeping angels, and all the worries and business of the day are forgotten. Of course, we have to get them to bed, and get them to stay there, first. It's not as easy as it sounds. Bad bedtime...
  • 5 Tips to Keep Your Toddler Happy When You Work at Home [2012-09-17]
    Many work at home parents can't afford a babysitter. That might be why they are working from home in the first place. Or maybe you choose to work from home so that you can spend more time with your children. Parents of school-age children have the...
  • How to Deal with Back to School Nervous Feelings [2012-09-15]
    Everyone gets nervous, whether they are applying for a new job, going on a first date or starting the first day of the school year. Children young and old face the nervous feelings when heading back to school; as a college student I still get the ...
  • Do We Have to Get Flu Shots Every Year? [2012-09-15]
    Q: The doctor recommends flu shots for our family, but our kids do not like having to get a shot every year. Is there anything else we can do instead?
  • 5 Ways to Make Your Students Feel Welcome on the First Day of School [2012-09-13]
    I used to work at a school with a high transient level. Kids would move every year and many came from unstable homes. It can be difficult for children to start a new school every year or two. Even if students aren't new to the area, they can still...
  • Tips on Toddler Teething [2012-09-13]
    By the time your baby has her first birthday, she will probably have at least eight teeth. So what's the big deal with second year teeth? After all, the first eight teeth probably didn't even seem to upset your baby all that much. Oh, sure, maybe ...
  • The Benefits of Preschool [2012-09-11]
    The chance to interact with other children is the benefit of preschool in a nutshell but it is far more than what those few words say. You are so wise to pursue more information when you feel that the obvious may not be all there is to know.
  • Helping Your Child Adjust to Childcare [2012-09-11]
    Depending upon your family situation, your child may have no trouble at all getting used to a new childcare situation. On the other hand—particularly if he or she is a certain age and has been home with you as the primary caregiver for the past fe...
  • Reading and storytelling with babies and children [2012-09-08]
    Sharing stories, talking and singing every day helps your child’s development. You’re helping your child become familiar with sounds, words, language and the value of books. This all builds your child’s early literacy skills, helping him to go on ...
  • Healthy Eating and Daily Exercise Can Improve Your Child's Performance In Class [2012-09-08]
    Academic Performance: Sufficient protein and fat intake is vital to higher-order brain function, including the ability to concentrate and to encode new information, according to the University of Washington.
  • What's Your Toddler's Personality Type? [2012-09-06]
    From the moment she was born, Andrea Kaye's toddler, Sally, was a firecracker. "She's been outgoing from Day 1," says the mom from Brooklyn. "Now she's more active than ever -- running around like a nut, waving at strangers, and letting us know ex...
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