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5 Essential Skills Toddlers Learn Through Play

Given the chance, in a risk-free setting, kids will experiment with physical, intellectual, and emotional scenarios. Whether alone or with others, playtime is when toddlers learn and practice a host of skills they’ll come to rely on later in life.

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How To Help Children Deal with Stress and Anxiety

Natural remedies are usually risk-free to use with no/ negligible side effects, especially for children. Read on to find out how to help you and your child suffering from anxiety and stress. 

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First Dental Visit: When Should Your Baby Visit the Dentist?

Needless to say, when the first tooth of your baby sprouts out, it’s going to be a delightful moment for you. You might also be wondering as to when you should plan your first visit to the dentist with your baby. As suggested by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Dental Association, a dentist should see a baby by the age of 1 or within 6 months after his/her first tooth appears.

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5 Tips For Getting Your Child To Eat More Veggies (And Like It!)

Kids seem to have a honing beacon when it comes to vegetables. They can spot a vegetable from a mile away. Forcing kids to eat their vegetables only causes them to become even more insistent of their dislike for them. Dinners that end up with tears being shed and parent’s threatening “no dessert” don’t sound like what Norman Rockwell had in mind when he was painting the American dinner table. Instead of creating a negative association with vegetables, these tips will allow you to slip in vegetables in a more positive way.

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