Toddler

25 Stay-at-Home Kids’ Activities to Give You a Break

Can cabin fever kill you? Thankfully, it doesn’t. But it can make you feel both irritable & restless. Certainly a twin set of feelings you can do without when stuck at home with kids. With three under ten, I have been there many, many times. (And to be honest with you, it’s a minor miracle …

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Learning Letters at Home: Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

One of the most common questions I get as a developmental and behavioral pediatrician is, “When should my child be learning letters?” As a mom, I can understand the pressure. We see so many activities on Pinterest about teaching the letters of the alphabet at age two, or even younger. On our Instagram feed or …

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Your Montessori Toy Shelf: Set Up in 5 Simple Steps!

Are you thinking about setting up a Montessori toy shelf? So you’ve heard so much about Montessori. You want to try and set up a Montessori toy shelf. But while searching, maybe you feel overwhelmed. Sometimes you feel like you don’t know where to begin! I also felt this way, trying to figure out how …

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8 Ways to Teach Your Children How to Be Generous

Generosity is one of the virtues that is very essential to keep a good relationship with people around you. Being generous is about being bighearted, giving, thoughtful and empathizing to other people especially those who are in need. As parents, it is our obligation and responsibility to choose what virtues we would like our kids …

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