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preschoolers

Quick Tip for Cleaning with Your Preschooler

Parenting

Want a quick and easy way to get your young children to clean up around the house? I tried this with my five-year-old today and I just know that any preschooler will enjoy it as much as she did. It absolutely adds an element of fun to cleaning and even more, gives them a challenge! […]

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Just a Big Monster

Baby Girl

“You’re just a big monster!” You may be used to hearing such words on the playground as one preschooler screams out to another after doing something he/she didn’t like. It happens all the time and more than likely after a few minutes, they’re back to being best friends again. But, never, did I think I’d […]

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Kids’ Imaginations at Play: A Simple Craft for Kids

guest-posts

photo source I’m currently on maternity leave: The following is a guest post by Lisa Renata. Kids’ imaginations are endless. One day they can be a super hero rescuing the world from evil, another day they can be a  dog looking for treats or a little petting. The joy of childhood. Simple, yet fun. Unfortunately, […]

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Time Outs Don’t Work Anymore? Try This Alternative.

Parenting

This post was first published on November 12, 2009. There are many forms of discipline and punishment that parents use with their children. In our house, we’ve used the time out method, the just talking method, the redirecting method, and we’ve even yelled at times out of losing our patience. Hey, it happens, right? But, […]

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How Young Children can Help with the Laundry

preschoolers

Early last month, I posed the question, “Can Preschoolers Help Clean?” and provided a list of chores for preschoolers to do around the house. Many of you agreed that yes, preschoolers can indeed help clean around the house and even provided a few additional suggestions based on what your kids help with. One of the […]

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