Naps are important- for both you and your child. It gives everyone a break and allows us to re-boot and prepare for the rest of the day. How often should your child be napping, and for how long? What should you do if you accidentally skip a nap or your schedule is off? And what are your options if your little one is absolutely refusing naps altogether?
The social and emotional development of twins is a bit different when compared to singletons. As a parent, how do you encourage proper development for each child? And what type of advantages and disadvantages do twins commonly have socially and emotionally when compared to singletons?
Drowning is the #1 cause for accidental infant deaths. Fortunately, there are water safety programs designed to save lives at the pool, at the beach, and many other places. Today we're exploring some tips on how to keep your children safe when around water.
Your kiddos may not be in school during the summer, but learning never stops. We've got some fun activities you can do at home to help keep your kids entertained, whether you're enjoying the sunshine outside or keeping cool indoors.
Parents with little kids could always use an extra hand. So, why not put your toddlers to work? What kind of activities can you do with your little helpers that are actually chores? What can you to make these experiences as fun as possible? And what are some of the lifelong lessons and benefits for your child?
Are you planning to transition your twins from a crib to a toddler bed? How do you know if they're developmentally ready? What are some of the challenges you can expect?
Parents with more than one child typically try to keep an even playing field with their kids. But there are times when parents may unintentionally show favoritism toward a specific child based on the situation. So, how does this impact your children and the relationship they have with you as well as their siblings?
Starting preschool is a big step for many toddlers, and for parents! So, what can you do to prepare your little one for the big day? How can you help make drop-off go smoothly (with less tears)? And what's the best way to communicate with their teachers so you both can plan for the best… Continue Reading
Babiators sunglasses are stylish aviator sunglasses for fashionable and adventurous tots. Babiators’ sunglasses are made out of durable, flexible rubber frames and offer 100% UV protection. Babiators are also the only children's accessories brand to offer a Lost & Found Guarantee: we will replace a child’s Babiators if they are lost or broken within one year… Continue Reading
Hungry Clipper is a fun, interactive tutorial that shows how to clean up and clip overgrown fingernails. Perfect for toddlers who might get squeamish about nail clipping, Hungry Clipper lets them practice on a variety of different hands and paws. The friendly Clipper character leads you through the steps needed to prepare your hand for… Continue Reading
Design your own special set of teeth, fangs and tusks, adjusting their shapes and sizes any way you wish until they’re ready to chomp. Munch down on a tasty snack and see how grimey your new teeth get. Then brush it all away for a bright and shiny smile! Your virtual dentition will thank you… Continue Reading
Laugh and learn as you help a Sesame Street monster friend calm down and solve everyday challenges. This bilingual (English and Spanish), research-based app helps your child learn Sesame’s “Breathe, Think, Do” strategy for problem-solving. Tap and touch to help the monster friend take deep breaths, think of plans, and try them out! Your child… Continue Reading
This colorful educational app has all 56 illustrated picture flash cards (plus audio of each card’s text) from the Imagination Questions Fun Deck® by Super Duper® Publications. Select the cards you want to use in order to help your students improve their writing, storytelling, describing, and thinking skills. The prompts include prompts like, “Wow! You… Continue Reading
Eye Paint offers your child the opportunity to paint with the camera capturing colors, patterns and textures around you. The child is encouraged to explore their surroundings to find the right match for that particular area: a detail from a book page, for example, or a piece of clothing, furniture, or a leaf.