How to Know if Your Child is Ready for Potty Training

How to Know if Your Child is Ready for Potty Training

by Allison Jandu

What many may not realize is that readiness for potty training isn't just about age—it's more about your child's individual development. Here's how to know.

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5 Tips to Teach Kids the Subtle Art of Graciousness

by ParentCo.

In an effort to improve both manners and self-esteem, here are five easy tips to practice when accepting a compliment. You'll help raise a gracious kid.

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No, Really, Your Kids Need to Do Chores

by Mark Oliver

As a member of the household, and in the interest of building skills that they'll need for a lifetime, your kids should be doing chores. Here's the case for why.

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5 Things to Know about Baby’s First Steps

by Hannah Howard

For your little one, walking means entering a whole new stage of life, where the world is their oyster. Here’s what to know as your little one learns to walk.

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7 Mess-free Ways to Teach your Child about the Environment

by Maria Dontas

If you’re a busy parent looking for easy, dirt-free ways to celebrate our Earth with your child all year long, here are 7 fun, simple ideas to try with your family.

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3 Ways to Raise Children who Love to Read

by Joy Turner

What if our children say “reading is boring”—how do we reset their love of reading? Here are 3 ways to put the spark back into your children’s love for books.

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Kid Made Recipe: Funfetti Ice Cream Sandwiches

by ParentCo.

Add rainbow sprinkles to a package of store bought cookie mix and you’re halfway done already. Who needs the ice cream truck?

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5 Things I Hope My Children Learn From Growing a Vegetable Garden

by ParentCo.

There are endless other little lessons that I hope my children pick up on through gardening. I'm looking forward to the ones they point out to me someday.

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How to Help your Child Communicate Better at Every Stage

by Joy Turner

From the beginning, our interactions with our children are teaching them how to express their wants and needs to eventually become independent human beings.

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17 Books to Read on Cozy Hygge Nights

by ParentCo.

The best winter reads by authors from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland. This quality children's literature can be enjoyed by readers of all ages.

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Kid Made Recipe: No Bake Cinnamon Ornaments

by ParentCo.

Here’s an easy and inexpensive holiday craft that kids of all ages can make - Cinnamon Ornaments! Gather just a few ingredients, a few cookie cutters, and ribbon or string and get ready to roll.

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4 Activities that Will Teach your Child Kindness

by Joy Turner

Kindness does not always come naturally—especially to little ones who are just beginning to develop. It’s up to us parents to nudge them in the right direction.

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Fantastic Winter Books for Kids of All Ages

by Peter K

We find ourselves in the days when the holiday hustle and bustle is behind us but spring feels like it will never arrive.

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5 Fun Toys That Will Teach Your Kids To Code

by ParentCo.

When kids learn how to code they also learn important life skills like how to communicate and solve problems. For parents, the question is where to start. Here are 5 answers.

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Short-sightedness is epidemic. The solution? Teach kids outside.

by ParentCo.

Short-sightedness is epidemic for modern kids. It's tempting to blame screen time, but the problem really lies in the spaces where they live and learn.

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Devices May Be Making Our Children Smarter, but Is There a Catch?

Devices May Be Making Our Children Smarter, but Is There a Catch?

by ParentCo.

Technology has expanded our brain function. But does it lead to improvement in complex life skills, such as problem solving and planning?

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From Twilight Sleep to Push Presents: How Birth Has Changed Through the Decades

by ParentCo.

Since the dawn of time, the process of birth has evolved. But no period in history has seen such monumental change as we have in the last several decades.

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Why I'm Not Teaching My Four-Year-Old to Read

by ParentCo.

Play is the not the only valuable currency in childhood, but an early push toward academics may not have the desired outcome.

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15 Kid's Books That Celebrate Immigration

by ParentCo.

In honor of such a monumental move, here are 15 books to help your child grasp what it means to arrive in a new land.

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Helping Children Access the Rich Cultural Heritage of Immigration Through Literature

by ParentCo.

Libraries are full of wonderful books which can open doors to understanding other people who have different experiences and perspectives from our own.

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Teaching your Child Gratitude through Teacher Appreciation

by Joy Turner

Here's how to instill gratitude in your children and teach them how to express appreciation for their teachers. Plus, songs and stories to inspire both of you.

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7 Kids' Books For Celebrating All the Winter Holidays

by ParentCo.

There is so much to celebrate. These seven children’s books will help you bring that magic home to your kids during the holiday season and cooler months of the year.

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How to Help your Child Navigate Big Feelings

by Joy Turner

As parents, it's not our job to make our children’s emotions go away, even if we wish for that superpower during tantrums. Here's how to help our kids with feelings.

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Milestones Are Not a Race: Here’s Why They Matter

by Hannah Howard

Milestones in how your baby plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves are signposts as they grow. Here's why they matter, and why they are not a race.

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