Don’t bore your creative child with inactivity.
When you have a right-brained child, getting him to sit down and focus is one thing — teaching him to read is a different story altogether.
Equip your kids with tolerance skills so they can relate with anyone.
The idea that everyone is unique and special is an important concept for little minds to grasp. Because diversity exists everywhere
Make rain fun to teach your little one simple science concepts.
When the skies open and the rain pours down, your first inclination might not be singing in the rain when you’re cooped up inside
Siblings will sign together to communicate.
We all want our toddlers to start talking to us more, but what if they haven’t reached that stage of development?
Count to three and encourage your toddler to take the plunge.
With your toddler’s Coast Guard-approved safety vest in hand, you lead your anxious little swimmer into a nearby lake
Practice with big buttons at first.
So you want your toddler to learn how to button? This is a milestone children reach on average at age 3
Help your child learn where rain comes from.
“It’s raining. It’s pouring. The old man is snoring …” Although the magic of a rainy day may have been lost to you years ago