Parenting : Health & Medical
One-year-old children are ready for a variety of nutritious breakfast foodsfeeding a child image by NiDerLander from Fotolia.comBy the time they are one year old, most infants are getting used to having solid foods in their diet, relying less on milk for their nutritional needs. Breakfast...
Babies get earaches for many reasons: trauma, irritants, colds, viruses, allergies and infections. If you suspect your baby has an ear infection, especially if he is younger than 6 months, your pediatrician will probably treat the ache with antibiotics to be on the safe side. But even if your baby i
Unusual places for a play party - taking a look at some of the places you wouldn't expect to find children's indoor play equipment. Proving that there really is no restrictions as to where soft play areas can be installed.
Classrooms and families often use consequence-and-reward calendars to help children learn the positive benefits of good behavior. Many options exist for these types of calendars and most options depend on the age of the children. Consequences and rewards should be age appropriate.
Does easy potty training sound like something you would be interested in? How about easy potty training that is also quick, does that sound even better? The good news is that you can learn to potty train your child in 1-3 days and no I don't mean strapping your child to the potty for 3 days str
Toddlers begin to notice colors around 18 months, according to Baby Center, even if they are not yet able to identify colors on their own. Teaching colors to toddlers can be a challenging task for parents and early childhood educators, especially if the toddler seems uninterested or unwilling to lea
'Attachment parenting' is a phrase originally created by Dr. William Sears, who described this particular parenting style in line with attachment theory's key ideas. In line with the attachment theory, there's a powerful emotional link between the kid and the parent and / or guar
Kids need to know their limits. Your toddler may not necessarily like the limits you place on them to begin with, as they become more independent and try to push the boundaries as they grow up, but if they know what you will and won't accept it makes a big difference to your sanity. Be consiste
A list of resources for information on Nursery Equipment Safety Checklist.
As a parent or caregiver, you are likely the person who is most familiar with your child's learning style. By requesting a teacher who suits the student's needs, you can help facilitate a rewarding classroom experience. Each school district has its own rules on submitting requests for a specific tea
Do you have a child who doesn't do well with transitions? Does your child have a meltdown at the slightest provocation or change in schedule? Does your child kick, punch, destroy property, swear, and runaway when angry? These meltdowns are especially common in children who suffered early trauma thro
It's hard not to get angry or upset when your child is acting defiant, manic or aggressive. For many kids with special needs that influence their behavior, however, that outburst of anger can make things far, far worse. Turn down the emotional volume to bring your child back in tune.
Parents, caregivers and educators have recently realized that babies are capable of learning much more than we once thought was possible. This includes babies being able to read, to communicate through sign language and being able to learn many foreign languages through early exposure. By incorporat