Kindergym: Physical Activity for Toddlers
Parenting a toddler can be a lot of fun, but it can zap your energy and your creativity. Have you ever thought that it is possible for your toddler to enjoy and benefit from physical activity without draining your last ounce of energy or creativity? The answer can be kindergym.
Physical activity for toddlers plays a vital role in their development. Kindergym for toddlers can be a productive way to meet your kid’s needs for physical activity and more, and here’s why:
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Exciting Ways to Bond with Your Baby – Bring on the Fun!
The majority of the busy parents believes that working their “fingers to the bone” is a manifestation of their love for their children. While work can put food on the table and provide for everything, it also takes away most of your waking hours and opportunity to bond with your baby & family.
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Dangly Giraffe Baby Gift in a Suitcase!
You will absolutely love our beautiful Dangly Giraffe Baby Gift in a Suitcase. It is the perfect gift set that includes all the baby essentials. The elegant packaging makes it more presentable! This large giraffe baby gift suitcase has many items in it such as a baby record book, where the mother will be able to record every precious moment of their baby and reminisce it as they grow up. A super cute dangly giraffe soft toy that is 31cm tall, a toy a baby can play and cuddle with. A matching soft and comfortable giraffe comforter so the baby doesn’t get cold. Newborn essentials such as singlets, muslin wraps, socks, and bibs are also included! What more could you ask for? Everything needed is already there! It is all packed in a pretty solid kraft box
suitcase with silver handle and latches and finished off by a big cellophane.
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6 Highly Effective Strategies for Discipline & Behaviour for Different Ages
Part of positive parenting is instilling discipline to help a child how and how not to behave. Although each child is unique, children need, most especially, their parents to teach, guide, and support them as they go through the different stages of growth and development. Teaching discipline and behaviour for different ages works best when there is a loving relationship between the parent and child. Finding the most appropriate strategy to guide behaviour depends on the child’s abilities and needs.
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3 Top Tips on Toilet Training Essentials For Your Baby
Babies grow incredibly fast – in no time at all, they can be ready for potty training. Once they start to exhibit the signs of potty-training readiness, it is time to complete their toilet training essentials, which is around age 20 months. Your toilet training baby and you can better enjoy easing into and through this developmental milestone with the appropriate basics. Read on and find out all the toilet training essentials for your baby.
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The Molars Are Coming!
Teething is a milestone in your baby’s development. By the time he turns one (12 months), there will be a few front teeth peeking each time he will grin or burst into guffaws. As each tooth bud breaks through the gums, it will spell a certain degree of discomfort for your little one and some difficulty for you. All these, however, will pale in comparison when the baby molars start cutting through, uh-oh the molars are coming!
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A child’s natural milieu is the playground or at home playing and having fun. Active play for young kids used to come naturally a decade or so ago. These days, “playing” has almost become synonymous with the use of gadgets or the Internet. While these are still great ways to amuse or provide fun for kids, these may deprive them the opportunity to enjoy the benefits and the importance of active play.
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Journeying with Your Child Milestone upon Milestone
The growing up years of a child involves the process of learning and mastering skills appropriate for a certain age. Called developmental milestones, these are skills acquired or developed in a sequential fashion. It means that child milestones are built on each skill before a new one can be developed, like learning to crawl first before being able to walk.
Being There in Every Milestone of Your Child Development
As a parent, it is important to witness each stage of child development to ascertain if your child is growing and developing according to the set time frame. While it is true that every child is unique, keep in mind that there are factors that may influence child development, including genetic makeup and the environment. Journeying with your child in every milestone can be considered a mutual growth process for both of you. It allows you to assist and, at the same time, enjoy seeing how your child matures right before your eyes.
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The secret to successful toilet training is in determining if the child is both physically and emotionally ready for it. While children may be ready between 22 and 30 months of age, remember that every child is different. As long as the signs are there, you can be sure there would be no ensuing power struggle in moving your child from diapers to using the toilet self-sufficiently.
Don’t rush to get your toddler into the potty habit. Starting too early may turn into an unpleasant experience and make the training process more difficult. There’s no specific age to dictate when to start the child on using the toilet. These signs will tell you how and when to toilet train.
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