Produce Much More Than Fruit And Vegetables Out Of The Family Garden

Growing a garden can be both fruitful and educational. In the garden, children can learn many things. First, when you start with tilling the land, children gain large motor skills because the tiller is a big machine to move around. Talk to your child about why the land should be tilled. Explain that the hard…
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Like A Diamond In The Sky

A diamond has four sides and looks a bit like a square but it has different angles. It has two parallel sides. Draw a diamond for your child to see as you explain this fun shape. Another good way to show your child how to make a diamond is to start with two triangles. Put…
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How Do You Teach Kids The Days Of The Week?

Teaching children about the days of the week can be fun, but it is also a challenging task. Most kids have difficulty grasping the concept of time and days. Caregivers must be patient in this lesson and repetitive in their teaching. Here are some fun ways to teach the days of the week: Use this…
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Stay Healthy With Common Home Remedies

‘Tis the season for the flu and colds. Ugh. It is starting to seem like everyone has a cold or the flu. Luckily, there are some simple things you can do to help keep your family healthy. First, make sure to wash your hands (we like to sing “Happy Birthday” or count to 30 as…
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What Do Babies Learn Before They Are Born?

For decades people have said that learning begins in the womb, and now new research by science writer and mother Annie Murphy Paul has further proven this to be true. Murphy Paul has spent time on fetal origin research, which explains how babies learn while in the womb, and she shared her insight in this TED…
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