Have a Tantrum-Free Trip: 5 Top Tips for Traveling with Toddlers

by Sara Wells

Most parents of toddlers realize the idea of “The Terrible Twos” is a myth most likely created to give exhausted moms and dads hope that the wild mood swings and emotional volatility will magically disappear once their children turn three.

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Review: Time Capsule – Medieval England Unit Study

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We have just started homeschooling our boys this year, and I have been looking for some interesting and engaging ways to encourage my boys to learn.

There are a number of ways to teach your children at home, but in recent years unit studies have become very popular. You can find many unit studies to choose from all over the internet.

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Outdoor Toys: Fun And Exercise Combined

There is some concern about whether our children get enough exercise in their daily lives and for many children, their primary relaxation activity of choice is to sit down and play on a computer or a games console. But there is one easy way to encourage children to do more physical activity in their day to day life and that is by providing some fun active toys to play with in the backyard. These commodities will let them get the exercise they need while having a great time. Let’s have a look at some of the best types of outdoor activity toys available.

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Tips to Help Your Child Deal with Doctor-phobia

It’s not uncommon for children to feel uncomfortable or upset about a visit to the doctor’s office. After all, most adults would rather avoid it, too. But when your toddler or young child is downright terrified of the doctor, it can create a huge problem for parents and turn even the most minor check-up into a struggle.

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Signs of Stuttering Should Parents Look Out For

by Sam Briones

It can be a great time for parents observing their children as they learn to speak. It is truly a joy watching them pick up new words, string together new sentences and articulate their thoughts. However, this time in a child’s life may also be a cause for worry for the parents, especially when they feel that their child might be stuttering.

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