All About "development" and "preschoolers"

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Find learning, homework help, and educational ideas at Disney Family. Disney Family makes the lives of parents easier with access to other moms.

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Spinning the Learning Curve

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You want the best for your infant -- but will educational DVDs really give her a step up in the world?

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Simple Mommy Secrets to Choosing the Right Chores for Kids

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Several years ago I learned a Mommy Secret from my girlfriend about kids' chores that I've never forgot.

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Is Preschool the New Kindergarten?

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While most experts agree on the benefits of preschool, there is less agreement when it comes to implementing government-funded Universal Preschool.

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What to Do if Your Preschooler Hates School

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Many preschoolers who are going to school for the first time may be reluctant to spend time away from their parents, or they may be frightened to interact with other children and adults.

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Age-By-Age Toy Buying Guide

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Based on child development research, the following guide will help in your selection of toys for various age groups. Some playthings are recommended for more than one age category, as children of different ages often enjoy the same toy, each playing with it at his or her own level.

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Choosing a Preschool

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Lisamarie Sanders The question: My husband and I are considering preschool for our four-year-old daughter. What sorts of things should we look for?

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Toddlers and the Need for Play

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Don't forget one simple but important pleasure with your kids: Playing! Take a breather here and there to monitor your child's playtime, and make sure there's plenty of unscheduled time for them to just be a "kid."

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