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Dancing Toddlers

October 2nd, 2008 by admin

Thomas and Jack

“If you’re happy and you know it stomp your feet …”

Toddlers have plenty of fun dancing and jumping on childen’s songs

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Simple Learning Activities For Your Toddler

March 25th, 2008 by admin

4185164thm.jpgChildren love new activities. Toddlers, in particular, like being given attention and what better way to keep them happy than play interesting games with them? Here is a list of amusing and entertaining activities for your toddler to enjoy with you.

To teach your little one color, you can make each day a color day. So if it is a yellow day, you and your child wears yellow outfits, eat yellow bananas and pasta, point at yellow sun and use yellow table covers and put yellow flowers in the living room.
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Potty Training Tip – For the Little Boys

March 17th, 2008 by admin

pottyseat.jpgIt took us quite awhile to get our now 4 year old started with potty training. He never seemed too interested in doing it, except the periodic occasion.

Well we did what we could with him and tried everything. We did the naked and $75 plan, which meant he would run around naked and get sick of messing himself and the $75 was to clean the carpet. Needless to say this didn’t work for us. The first time he went on the carpet we were done with that plan. It seemed too much like potty training a puppy.

Next we tried to train his favorite stuffed animal, the stuffed animal, named George did just fine, but our son, wanted nothing to do with the potty seat. Finally we gave up for awhile, we decided he would go when he was ready. After about another 4 months or so of no potty training it was summer time and my husband had to go. When my son noticed he did it standing up he was all excited. From then on, we have let him try peeing standing up. It has made a huge difference. To start with he did it mostly outside, this taught him how to do it with less mess.

Getting him to go number 2 on the potty was another story, but this definitely got us off to the right start. He just turned 4 last week, and other than sometimes wearing a diaper to bed, he is all trained.

7 Sure-Fire Tips For Potty Training Toddlers

March 12th, 2008 by admin

diaper.gifThere seems to be a widely held impression, past down from generation to generation, that potty training toddlers is arduous.

Follow this practical plan and you will be able to go from all those diapers to dry in days. But only if you are prepared not to be side-tracked by other distractions during this period and able to give your focus to toilet training.
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Toddler Activities – Snow

February 14th, 2008 by admin

cutecolorswin3a.gifIf you live in the north you probably have some snow by this time of year. Yes? Well lucky for you toddlers and preschoolers love snow. Here are some fun things you can do with snow and toddlers.

Build an igloo

Snowball fun. Not a fight, but you could throw them at a building to see who can get them the highest. Build the igloo with snowballs. Build miniature snow men.

Snow angels

Laying in the snow and moving arms and legs apart and together to make an angel.

Make a snow castle

Use cups and bowls to make blocks of snow and stack them to form a snow castle.

Tips for snow play with little ones:

Remember the little ones won’t always say when they are too cold. They won’t want to come inside. You have to check them often and their fingers if you can to see if they are very cold. A half hour to an hour outside is more than enough time. They still get tired fast and need sleep, this would be a great morning activity.

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