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How To Organize A First Birthday Party For Your Baby

by Editorial Team May 21st, 2018| Infants/Toddlers

A baby’s first birthday calls for a celebration but one which is more about the parents than the baby because frankly speaking the baby will hardly be aware of what’s going on.


Nonetheless, you need to celebrate your baby’s milestone

All About Smile Restoration for Your Family

by Editorial Team May 21st, 2018| Elementary
Establishing good oral hygiene needs to start at a young age. The sooner your children learn how to care for their teeth the less at risk they are of cavities and other oral hygiene related issues.

Poor oral hygiene can lead to serious health complications in one's later years. For example,
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How Can I Teach My Preschooler Respect?

by Joe Lawrence May 21st, 2018| Behavior, Preschool
There are very few things that can get a parent’s blood to boil faster than being disrespected by his or her child. Where do they get this from? How can they be so ungrateful? We would never do this to our parents.

My father was fairly strict when it came to
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Air Travel With Infants and Toddlers

by Tania Cowling May 14th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers, Seasonal
Taking an airplane ride with an infant or toddler alone can be frustrating and cause a bit of anguish. Mothers have been seen in airports carrying their babies in one arm and dragging a piece of luggage in the other. With some, this has led to tears. If you must

3 Great Ways to Incorporate More Veggies into Your Kids’ Diets

by Editorial Team May 14th, 2018| Elementary
If you have children, then you may already know how difficult it can be to get them to adopt a healthy diet. Things are made even worse if they already picked up bad eating habits and you’re trying to make a change. But more often than not, children hate veggies
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Entertaining Fitness for Teens

by Jane Wangersky May 7th, 2018| Entertainment, Teens
Teens’ -- and adults’ -- first thoughts on fitness and entertainment may be that the two are mutually exclusive. Unless, maybe, you listen to music while running . . . no, wait, that’s not safe. But there are plenty of things you can do to keep yourself entertained while getting

How to Find Tuition Agency

by Editorial Team May 5th, 2018| Elementary
In this fast paced world, the approach towards teaching has also changed. The traditional teaching methods have modernized, but at the end of the day the situation of every student is the same. Students are deprived of individual attention. Moreover, parents have a busy schedule due to which they can’t

4 Ways to Connect with Teens on Social Media

by Editorial Team May 3rd, 2018| Teens
Teenagers are big business, and be quite lucrative for many companies hoping to gain their custom. However, they’re not easily swayed, with the younger generations being more cautious when it comes to spending their money. Therefore, much like parents who have to deal with their angst-fuelled behaviors and flippant remarks,
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How to Help Your Tween Survive No TV Week

by Michele April 30th, 2018| Seasonal, Tweens
If you're a tween reading this article, you probably have the answer already. It's easy to survive No TV Week. Simply use your tablet. Or phone. Or laptop. However, that isn't the point of No TV Week. And the actual title of the week is No Screen Week. Now, how

Buying Optical Devices for Kids

by Editorial Team April 23rd, 2018| Elementary
If you’ve been trying to find the perfect present for a young one but you hardly know what type of item you ought to consider, we suggest starting out with several types of optical instruments. What is an optical device?

Technically, these units are made using one or multiple lenses so
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Bullies are Easily Handled

by Joe Lawrence April 23rd, 2018| Elementary, Safety
“If he does it again, hit him and he will stop.” This is the advice many of us received as youth while discussing the school bully. For many generations the way to deal with bullies was to out-maneuver them or to stand up to them. Thankfully, there are much better

How to Teach Your Kids About the Value of Life

by Editorial Team April 16th, 2018| Elementary
Do you remember when your parents began to teach you about the value of life? From money to friendships or even the feeling of when you brought home your first few dollars, it is an important part of any childhood to understand and appreciate just how much something or someone
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