Steps To Help Calm Yourself Down When Emotions Rise Up Four easy and affective ways to create a successful calm-down plan—plan ahead before your emotions intensify.
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Must-Know Tax Credits For Canadian Parents How To Use Your Kids As Tax Deductions Turn your kids tax write-offs with these tax credits that can put money in your pocket.
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ethnic barbies Barbie Is Getting A Multicultural Makeover A Hamilton mom has set out to change the status quo by reworking dolls to reflect her culture.
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Is Your Child Studying The Wrong Way? Learn what kind of studying yields positive results and the advice you can give your kids to help them prepare for tests.
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milestones and mentoring How Toys Can Help Children Reach Milestones Change—no matter how wonderful—can be challenging. Learn how your older sibling can help with a new baby by letting them choose the toys that will teach him.
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four years old A Request For My Newly Four-Year-Old We spend moments waiting for our children to get bigger and more independent but then they do and all you want is this.
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Why Your Only Child Is Going To Be Just Fine The seven most common stereotypes of only children and why kids with no siblings are going to grow up to be just fine.
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Introduce The Clean Slate Pass In Your Family The next time you find a situation escalating out of control bring out the Clean Slate Pass.
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How Laughter and Fun Encourages Learning How Laughter and Fun Encourages Learning Play and fun lead to discover and understanding. Learn how you as a parent can connect the love of learning and laughter while bonding with your child
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Not Listening What To Do When A Child Won't Listen The seven reasons your child isn't listening to you and tips to encourage cooperation.
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