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Educational Games - Children Under 12 - 18 Months
Educational games for babies are meant to entertain and guide their learning at the same time, but it's also a little tough deciding on which ones are the best choice.
Educational Games For Children Up To 12 Months
Babies are cute, adorable and gorgeous. They are small, simple and easy to entertain, and yet they still enjoy learning through play - just like older babies and children.
Growing Flower Seeds with Children
Projects with seeds that help kids to learn how plants and flowers grow.
Educational Toys For Children
Toys are not just for fun. Most of them are created to enhance your child's development. From motor skills to mental development, toys can aid in many developmental milestones.
Negative Effects of Television on Children
I advocate putting our children's needs before our adult entertainment needs. Is that too much to ask?
Women and Children First? Titanic and the Suffragettes
Votes for Women or boats for women? In 1912, the press pushed to make it either/or and the Suffragettes were left floundering.
Dealing with Sleep Apnea in Children: Treatment, Remedies, and Solutions
Sleep apnea is a condition that affects men, women, and children. When children suffer from obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, it can be especially alarming for parents.
Unique Mothers Day Gift Ideas
Here's a list of Unique mothers day gift ideas that will make your mom feel special.....
Visit Eyam - Historic Plague Village in the Peak District
Beautiful views over the Derbyshire Dales and 17th century buildings greet visitors to Eyam. It's a little village with an awe-inspiring historical tale to tell.
Eyam: The Courageous Plague Village in Derbyshire
In 1666, around 800 people chose to sacrifice themselves, in order to save the lives of thousands of strangers. Could you have done that?
Brilliant Toy Boat Playsets For Kids
A mom's pick of the best plastic toy boats for kids available to buy online.
How Do Children Cope with Death?
Children's grief is different. This means it is easy to miss how much grief a child feels. It also makes it hard to know what to do.