For generations, children have cherished this ingenious and original little picture story – Harold and the Purple Crayon
From: Lil’ Fingers Storybooks and Games
Toddlers tend to be unpredictable eaters. Growth spurts, painful teething, and toddler toilet training all contribute to their unpredictable food intake.
Make a fun and easy bird feeder by stringing Cheerios on a piece of yarn and hanging it outside.
If your child is being a bully at school, you have a responsibility to teach him or her that the bad behavior that will not be tolerated.
By the time babies reach their first birthday they will have learned all the sounds needed to speak their native language.
The Easter bunny is an American tradition which originated with German settlers. The arrival of the Easter bunny and his colored eggs was a treat second only to Christmas.
Nothing says Easter and spring like a basket brimming with colorful eggs, chocolate bunnies and jewel-toned jelly beans.
Children love to have their faces painted. Draw upside-down triangle on the nose with brown/black eyeliner & fill in. Rub circle of rouge on each cheek. Paint 3 whiskers on each side of face, starting from nose to cheek.
Easy Paper Bunnies: Take white paper plate and cut 2 ear shapes & staple/glue to the top of another white paper plate & draw a face on it. Glue cotton balls around the edges.
To make eggs with several different colors, have kids draw on their egg with a clear wax candle clear. Each time they use the crayon, they protect that color from dye.
Here is a cute Easter Bunny basket your child can help make. Great centerpiece or classroom activity. See the directions.
The recommended age to start solid foods is 4 to 6 mos. Your baby’s motor skills and stage of development will also help determine when he or she is ready.
Play crawling ‘tag’. It can be great fun for babies who are learning to locomotive.
Do not force your child to eat a particular food item. Allow your child to choose the food that he wants because this may reduce frustration, in encourage independent thinking.
Although bribery is never a good option, turning cleanup into a game is a great option to try.
Babies learn to climb up steps long before they’re able to descend. You can try to teach your young one how to crawl down safely (feet first, on her tummy), but she’ll still require supervision.
Try to set aside time to read every day – perhaps before nap time and bedtime.
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