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The Big Benefits of Building Toys for Kids

Child development experts say that building toys are one of the most influential types of toys for kids. These kinds of toys help develop and enhance children’s psychomotor and cognitive development as well as help foster social and emotional skills. Here are some of the big benefits of building toys for kids.

1.       Develops and Enhances Their Motor Skills 

One of the inherent benefits of building toys is the development of children’s motor skills especially in hand-eye coordination, Read more […]

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Parenting by Example: Teaching Your Kids Good Grooming Habits

You probably haven’t had a day go by since becoming a parent that you were advised by well-meaning relatives, never tell your kids “Do as I say, not as I do!” Unfortunately, although we may not actually use that phrase, many of us parent that way without actually being aware of what we are doing. Do you brush your teeth after every meal, upon waking up and before going to bed? These may seem like little things but children notice what you do and they will either mimic you or ask you why they Read more […]

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StealthMate Lets You Keep Your Family Safe in the Age of Digital Threats

Keeping your family safe in digital times has become quite a humongous undertaking because of internet-related threats. However, there’s no need to worry because StealthMate is here to help. This monitoring tool comes with a ton of features that can empower you to shield your family from the negative aspects of technology, especially online threats. Some of the digital threats and the way StealthMate can help you deal with them have been outlined below. In case you want to explore the software Read more […]

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Disabled People on The Move: The motability scheme

Motability cars have grown to become essential for disabled people
Many people have heard of Motability, but unless you’ve had first-hand experience of the scheme you’d be forgiven for being unsure exactly what it offers.

In the 1970s the British Government began to acknowledge the huge financial and practical barriers to transport for disabled people. In response, a Government initiative set up the charity Motability in 1978 followed by a whole range of other schemes to assist with the cost Read more […]

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How to Talk to Your Child about a Parent’s Addiction

 

For a child, understanding a parent’s addiction problem is incredibly difficult. The parent sometimes takes the incorrect approach by drawing a negative picture of the addicted parent into the child’s mind. Also, sometimes the parent who is not addicted to drugs or alcohol avoids talking about the other parent’s problem.

However, the child needs to know that the parent’s addiction is not his or her fault. The young ones need to be told that it is alright to voice the feelings Read more […]

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5 Simple Steps for Helping Your Kids Learn to Dress Right

Teaching children to get dressed is something most parents don’t think about right after having children. However, there comes a time in every parent’s life when it needs to be done. While it isn’t hard, it does take a little bit of patience, and getting your kids to dress properly can be even more difficult. Follow these five basic steps to teach your kids how to dress right.
1. Practice Makes Perfect
When physically teaching children how to dress, having them practice putting clothes on Read more […]

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Innovative & Improved Parenting Using Technology

Cell Phone Spy & Monitoring Software For Parentng – Before your teenager brings you to the level of frustration that can harm either of you, come to terms with this new piece of technology and it will not be long before you are one of its admirers.

Innovative Parenting – Monitoring Through Cell Phones

Be it an accident or a deep wish come true, parenthood knocks on the door of every fortunate person. However with it comes great responsibility. And just like ‘Rome was not built in a day'; Read more […]

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Role Reversal Caring For Elderly Parents Is Common

You probably think of your parents being the caregivers. They are the ones that raised, fed, and clothed you throughout your childhood. But eventually your parents age and join the ranks of the elderly. Then one day your parents need you to care for them. This is called role reversal. With the baby boomer population reaching that age, it is extremely common for children to have to care for their aging parents.
Caregiving for the elderly is like a full time job, or in some cases a second full time Read more […]

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4 Ways to Spark A Love of Reading in Your Child

It is common knowledge that children who master reading have a higher level of success throughout their lives. Children who read well are more likely to graduate high school, and a very high percentage will attend college. Reading abilities also will impact jobs and job performance.

Encouraging your children to read is just one of the steps it takes to help them to become a better reader. You must create a way for them to enjoy reading and want to read on their own. There are several ways that Read more […]

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Top 4 Ways to Spend Quality Time With Your Kids

Parents are constantly juggling their work, family, and social life. During their younger years, the little ones can be deprived of all-important mummy/daddy time, thanks to life’s many obstacles.

Make the most of what little time you have with your kids, while they’re still young. Of course, you want to be the most involved parent that you can be. Find ways to spend quality time with the children, even if you start small and build-up slowly. Life goes on, but memories are priceless.

 

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