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Kids' Hobbies That Foster Family Time

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Activities you can do with your toddler as a family.

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Children and Time: What They -- Usually -- Know When

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Even babies a few weeks old are learning about sequence. If baby is hungry and sees you, he knows what happens next; you can see it in his body language.

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Is Your Child Kinder-Ready?

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Preparing your child for his or her first foray into the "formal" education system is largely met with happy anticipation. But there's also a heavy dose of concern: Is my child ready for kindergarten?

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Review: ABC T-Rex

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Munch, munch, munch! This nonscientific tale depicts a tyrannosaurus eating a multitude of objects, including each letter of the alphabet. This clever theme for an ABC book will delight beginning readers as they identify the many objects on each page whose names begin with the featured letter.

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3 Skills a Preschooler Really Needs

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The 3 things teachers wish our children arrived at school already knowing. (Hint: It's got nothing to do with reading, writing, or 'rithmetic.)

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How to Help Your Young Baby Learn

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Learning begins at birth, and brain development during the first years of life is incredibly important to the lifelong success of every child. Find out how you can help your baby learn!

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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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The Educational Needs of the Gifted Child

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A pervasive myth in our society is that smart kids can fend for themselves. However, this is not the case. Like all children, gifted children need to be nurtured to become happy, successful adults.

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