Umbilical Hernia in Babies: What is it and when is it...

Making sure that the umbilical cord stump heals without any problem or infection is one of the biggest milestones parents are always anxious to cross off their list....

I would do anything for Superman and Princess Undies!

Personalize your Potty Chart with photographs of your child. Take "Big Girl" pictures of your child wearing "princess" panties, and let her post the pictures on the...

Hello, Goodbye!

Using a play phone practice some basic etiquette skills for using a phone. Have a pretend doll or stuffed animal call your child and practice saying Hello, Goodbye,...

Virtual Pet

Begin a virtual pet with your child. This pet is online and your child needs to take responsibility to keep in healthy by giving it a home...

Ready for Dinner

As you are getting ready for dinner have your child help you set the table. Give directions using the prepositions. For example, "Put the cup beside...

Cookie Sheet Fun

Have a cookie sheet in the car for small toys to be played on. Print nature or city scenes from a computer and stick magnets on the...

Making Patterns!

Make a simple pattern out of manipulatives. Have your child make a pattern that is the SAME as yours. (red, blue, red, blue, red, blue, etc.)

Validate Her Feelings

Your preschooler may act out because she is getting less attention from you now that she has a new sibling. Validate her feelings by saying: 'I can see...

Be active!

Part of body a well-developed body image is to know what your body is able to do. Give your child opportunities to move her body in different ways....

Fun with the Scissors

Strength and control with fine motor muscles comes with many opportunities to practice. Once your child is comfortable cutting paper have them try cutting other materials such...
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