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Parenting Tip - Educate Your Child to Accept 'changes' Optimistically

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Rupal Jain

Teach your child that accepting change means they are a good learner who wants to grow, try new things, seek more information and give up bad for better. So embrace change and learn to accept things they can't change or try to change things you can't accept. I this article I have suggested few tips to help your child embrace changes gracefully.

Relax and Feel Good

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Liah Howard

Escaping the present moment,avoiding family interactions and not connecting with friends can be a problem with children and teens. These issues can be addressed through learning to be present oneself and to pay attention to ways that are routinely used to check out and to feel one's feelings rather than escape them.

Parenting Tip: - Treat Your Child Uniquely... Each Child Is Different

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Rupal Jain

For balanced growth and development of your child don't use the same yardstick to access every child. Comparing your child with others can be hurtful and instigate jealousy among them. Nurture them to be themselves. Let them learn at their own pace and discover their own path.

Baby Reborn Into Your Arms For Many Reasons

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Andrew Almeida

Baby Reborn dolls are the most realistic, detailed, crafts of art in the doll market. The "Reborn" Doll (as they are known as) serves as the closest thing to having a real baby. The doll can be used for more than one purpose. In this article we will describe several ways that Baby Reborn dolls are used including toy doll, therapy doll, and art doll.

Five Ways Toys Make Great Prizes At Schools' Summer Fairs

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Vicky Walmsley

A summer fair is a wonderful thing for a school to hold. As well as building cohesion amongst different families and making sure everyone has a fabulous day out, it's also a brilliant opportunity to raise some much-needed money. This cash - whether it's to go back into the budget or even to a charity - can be raised by offering prizes to people who pay to take part in games and raffles. If you're trying to find worthy treats for the winners, here are four ways that toys make for great prizes during summer fairs.

Fun With Robotics

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Prashant Pandve

MAVERCK DEN - THINK 'N' DO Robotics can capture a child's imagination like no other tool. Robots promise to transform our lives in myriad ways.From coding to stop-motion animation videos to sewing, the maker movement is becoming more and more popular with kids and adults.

Meditation for Kids

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Mark Waugh A

Meditation, yoga and other mind strengthening exercises are popping up all over the world and for good reason. Studies show that these exercises help children be more attentive, forge good friendships, induce self-control, teach respect and empathy towards their fellow buddies all while reducing stress, hyperactive behaviour, reducing the symptoms of ADHD and increasing their grades considerably.

Parenting Tip - Take Care of Your Child's Health

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Rupal Jain

Most of us believe that we are healthy if we don't fall sick often. Sorry to say it is not true. World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being. in this article in this article, there are few suggestions by that will help you and your child develops healthy eating habits

Social Media and the Teenager

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Susan Leigh

As a teenager there are many pressures to contend with, sometimes resulting in feeling that there's no one to share with, no one who understands what life's like. Social media can be a force for good or bad. Certainly chat rooms and forums can be a great place to find reassurance, answers to questions from people experiencing similar issues. They can stop a teenager feeling alienated, isolated and alone. But caution is needed too.

The World of Anime Stickers - A Peek Through

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Rizvana Manzoor

In today's fast-paced world, Anime stickers or emoji's have engraved its mark by making it possible to send messages swiftly and with lot more fun. With a wide variety of these electronic stickers, it has come to a point where there is no need for texting. Using anime stickers while posting stories on Instagram and Facebook are trending these days.

A Childhood Game

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Anselm Anyoha

In the morning, before the sun came out, a group of Nigerian-Igbo children, boys, and girls, ages four through six, would gather in the front yard of the family house, and we would use a dry twig to scratch out a grid of columns and rows inside a six-foot square area on the sandy, earthy ground. Then we would take turns and line up with our backs to the grid. From outside the margin, the first child would throw a pebble over his head, hoping that it would land in any of the smaller units of the grid.

Slime Designer Shops: The Modern Lemonade Stands for Kids

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Nick Poulios

What do you get when you combine a kid's endless imagination with the right "slimy" ingredients, great colors, delicious smells and some fancy magic chef-like strokes? A super stretchy thick base, a nice fruity scent, great picture tempting you to open your hands and make your personal marks - just like eating a delicious birthday cake! But, it's a SLIME. A poopsie slime? No, just a slime!

5 Effective Ways To Keep Your Child Off Gadgets

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Angela Kidd

Technology has taken over when it comes to entertaining many kids today, even young toddlers. Video games, mobile apps and television are slowly replacing playing out in the backyard, flying kites and spending time in the park.

3 Fun Educational Activities For 2 Year Olds

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Angela Kidd

When your child turns 2, he will experience major changes not just physically, but intellectually, emotionally and socially as well. It shouldn't come as a surprise when he suddenly gets bored with an activity or two that used to be his favorites - it just means that he needs to transition into activities that are now more appropriate for his age and will make him understand his actions, feelings and behaviour more.

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