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Image: iStock Introducing unique bulletin board ideas for preschoolers to your children can help boost their creative and artistic abilities. And as a bulletin board is available in almost every classroom, it becomes easy for children to try their hands on these ideas any day. Working on the attractive board can improve their fine and
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Image: Shutterstock Children, especially the little ones who have never been out of their cities, find farm life fascinating. We bring you some interesting farm activities for preschoolers in the post to help you inspire children to understand the importance of animals and farming. These activities are great for connecting millennial children with life at
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Image: Shutterstock Curious behaviors begin as soon as your child learns to explore the world around them. While some of these behaviors may be completely harmless, others can put the parents on edge, accentuating the need for toddler discipline. With increasing milestones, curious behaviors also include disarrayed emotional expressions, often presented as tantrums. However, parents
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Image: Shutterstock Fingerplays for preschoolers/toddlers involve nursery rhymes, movements, singing songs, and dancing and require children to make simple finger and hand movements. These are great activities for promoting their fine and gross motor skills, encouraging language development, and improving their social skills. The activities are also fun-filled and pretty easy to learn for preschoolers.
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Image: iStock FPIES, or Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome, is a rare and potentially severe food allergy. It generally starts after four months and within the first year of life (1) (2). While the exact causes of FPIES in babies are not well understood, it may be due to an immune reaction to specific proteins in
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Image: Shutterstock As a parent, you are responsible for keeping the baby’s environment clean and safe. Therefore, it is essential to regularly clean and sanitize their toys to maintain hygiene and prevent germs. When considering how to clean baby toys, this post will help you explore various ways you can find helpful. Depending on the
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Image: Shutterstock The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises administering a vitamin K shot at birth to newborns. Vitamin K is a vital fat-soluble vitamin crucial in maintaining various physiological functions, including blood clotting. The body stores the vitamin in the liver, brain, heart, pancreas, and bones, but these reserves are limited in newborns. Therefore,
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Image: Shutterstock Watching a baby swimming in a pool with their cute little hands and feet can be a heartwarming experience for parents. However, introducing your baby to swimming at the right age is vital to ensure their safety and enjoyment while in the water. Thus, many parents choose to enroll their babies in formal
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Image: Shutterstock Dravet syndrome (DS) in babies is a rare genetic condition, previously referred to as severe myoclonic epilepsyiXA brain-related phenomenon characterized by uncontrollable movements and loss of consciousness of infancy (SMEI) or epilepsy with polymorphic seizuresiXA type of seizure characterized by a varied pattern of body movements . It is characterized by temperature-sensitive epileptic
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Image: Shutterstock The use of retinol while breastfeeding lacks extensive studies, so little is known about its safety in lactating mothers. Retinol and retinoids are a group of compounds that are usually found in several skincare products for acne, skin pigmentation problems, fine lines, and wrinkles. They are available in topical and oral forms (1).
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Image: iStock As a parent, you want to provide your baby with a fun and stimulating environment to help them grow and develop. Sensory activities for a 1-year-old are a great way to do just that. These activities are designed to engage and stimulate their five senses – touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight. Babies
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Image: iStock Noticing your baby wheezing can be distressing, but not all wheezing should worry you. Around 50% of children may experience an episode of wheezing in the first year of life, according to one study (1). Wheezing may be a sign that there is an obstruction in the airways. The severity and cause of
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Image: Shutterstock Get your children their pots of gold and leprechauns with these St. Patrick’s Day crafts for preschoolers and toddlers. You need the basic art supplies, a table that is permitted to get messy, and tons of St. Patrick’s Day spirit. In this post, we have listed several St. Patrick’s Day crafts suitable and
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE One-year-olds are too young to self-regulate emotions or express themselves appropriately. They understand the idea of rules, but they can’t resist acting impulsively, which can sometimes be harmful. Thus, parents should know how to discipline a 1-year-old using positive discipline strategies that promote healthy child development. Positive discipline teaches a
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There are endless variations of the ABC song, which will help you keep it fresh (for baby and for you!). The “ABC Song” is one of the most popular English alphabet songs in North America. Sung to the tune of “Baa Baa Black Sheep” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” it’s also super simple to remember.
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