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Being stuck at home and out of routine might be leading to some meltdowns. We hope these tips from Parents.com help your little one (and maybe even you) cope with stress that may be associated with this new normal life we are all trying to become accustomed to.
Babycenter.com has some great tips for choosing books to read to your toddlers! Since we all have some extra time these days, take this time to explore different kinds of books with your child and hopefully develop some early pre-reading skills!
As cabin fever begins to set in, here are 50 fun and creative ideas, brought to you by Parents.com, to keep everyone busy and having fun!
While most things are closed these days, start working on some of these tips from an article on Parents.com. There are several tips from Preschool teachers to help you prepare your little ones for school that you can work on while spending time at home.
As parents, we all deal with separation anxiety in our children. It's natural and a common occurrence in our daily lives. This article from healthy children.org gives some helpful tips for helping to ease that separation for both you and your child.
As educators, we LOVE books! They introduce children to vocabulary words, trigger their imagination and foster language development. Although tablets can also have many educational benefits, this new study shows how books benefit brain development, especially areas used for language! It also shows how children who spend an average of 2 hours a day on a tablet have underdeveloped brain development in important areas of the brain that support learning. Check out the article from CNN here.
Here is a great article brought to you by Parents.com Having your child help clean around the house and using everyday items such as banging pots and pans all help to develop gross motor skills! Give some of these fun activities a try!
Did you know that zipping your coat, tying your shoes, and writing the alphabet all involve fine motor skills? Children need to develop their fine motor skills before they will be able to accomplish these everyday tasks! Check out this great article from Parents.com for some fun fine motor activities!