Â Playing Peek-a-Boo with your babyÂ and toddlers is a must for fun moms and you’ll remember doing it with your child for years and years and even get wonderful photo ops. Â There are lots of different ways to play: • Hold a towel between your face and your baby’s and ask, “Where’s James? There’s James!”… Read more »
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Want your 8-year-old to have fun building math skills? Â Â Make it FUN for him, says Patricia Clark Kenschaft, Ph.D., author of Math Power: How to Help Your Child Love Math. Â Don’t schedule daily half-hour drills which will turn him off fast, but find ways to make it fun … Like, let him play… Read more »
Â Know what to do when your child’s got a temperature. Â Â http://www.parentworld.com/kids-health/fever-how-to-treat-your-child
10 Tips to Speed Up Kitchen Time Â Â by Handy Hannah You don’t have the time to spend hours on end in your kitchen (as much as you might like to!), so a little streamlining is in order. I love time savers wherever I can find them “¦ it means “¦ eventually “¦ more… Read more »
How to teach your child to peel a hard-boiled egg? Â He’ll love this! Â Check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGWigngcIDo
Keep up with your child’s pearly whites! Â Here’s a great story to help you manage it:http://bit.ly/dNdeGQ
Teach your child to tie her shoes quickly! First watch this handy video to learn how to do it yourself. Good luck! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IM1PJUR3GzM
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Get rid of red wax stains! Â • To get red candlewax out of your table cloth: First, chill the wax stain with an ice cube in order to harden it. Then, place a paper towel on each side of the tablecloth where the stain is. Set your iron on “warm” and iron one side… Read more »