Kids

Financial responsibility isn’t something most people are born with. Your spending habits are probably the result of how your parents managed money and what they taught you about it. And your child is no different. So, it’s important to start teaching your child how the financial world works as soon as possible, perhaps as soon
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As your little one begins to grow, it is important they be given more responsibility. The goal is to see them transition from being completely dependent on you to being a totally independent flourishing individual. There are a lot you can do to help your child reach their age-appropriate goals. Here are 4 amazing parenting
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Whether you have one child or several, spending quality time with them individually is vital to their emotional well-being. Children thrive on having the sole attention of their parents, even if it’s for a short time. Today’s busy schedules make it imperative to spend more quality time together. So keep reading to get five fun ideas
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Picky eating is often a part of a typical preschooler’s development. The good news is most children become comfortable eating a greater variety of foods as they grow older. These tips help parents deal with a picky eater and improve their diet. Have Schedule for Meals and Snacks Offering meals and snacks around the same
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Whether it’s rain or snow, long periods of bad weather can leave kids and parent’s feelings restless and cooped up. Instead of relying on screen time alone to get through the seemingly endless days, here are a few fun ways to keep kids active, entertained and burning energy while stuck inside, get everyone working together,
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Temper tantrums are a common characteristic in toddlers, as it is how they express their frustration or inability to communicate their needs. However, older kids may also have occasional temper tantrums. It isn’t uncommon for a 5 or 6-year-old child to throw a tantrum when they don’t get what they want, they feel ill, or
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From the time they are babies, children prefer to sleep with their parents. They feel secure when they sleep near their parents, and it is natural for them to want to continue this past infancy. In many families, children continue to share the family bed well into childhood. However, co-sleeping can cause poor sleep for
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When your child was a baby, they needed you to do everything for them. As they grow older, their ability to tend to their needs improves. By the time they are a toddler, they have the capability to do a lot more things on their own. Parents can begin training their child to be independent
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No standard method of learning is effective for all children. Different people process information in different ways. So educators have broadly classified learning styles into three types: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. It helps to identify your child’s learning style so you can help them tailor their study habits for better academic success. Here is what
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Household pets are often responsible for many childhood allergies. Common pets like cats, dogs, hamsters, and birds shed dander, fur, saliva, and droppings which contain proteins that act as allergens and trigger reactions in allergy-prone children. Furry pets are usually the most allergenic. Non-shedding animals like reptiles, fish, and amphibians rarely cause allergies. How They
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When your child transitions from kindergarten to first grade, it is a significant milestone in their life. Although every child is unique, there are certain physical, social, cognitive and emotional milestones they should achieve before they begin first grade. So, if you’re not sure where to start, here are 10 important skills to teach and
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