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Nanny Diaries | 3 Personality Wins Enabling You To Entrust The Care Of Your Child To A New Nanny

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Finding a new nanny is stressful for any parent. Is the nanny going to be as good as the last, better or worse? Will the nanny take good care of the child? What kind of background does the nanny have? While you’ll likely do your due diligence in researching factors like background and criminal history, look for these personality wins, so that you’ll feel more comfortable entrusting the care of your child to a new nanny.…

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From Baby Babble to Toddler Talk: How to Use Your Child's Favorite Toy to Improve Their Language Skills

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Watching your baby grow and develop from a babbling bundle of love into a walking, talking toddler is as much a journey of discovery for you as it is for your child. However, there does come a time when every parent questions whether their toddler is where he or she should be developmentally in terms of language skills.  Girls tend to be more verbally advanced than boys at an early age, and research carried out by Stanford University shows that children who hear more words at a very young age also tend to be more verbally proficient.…

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Adapting Pokemon Go for kindergarten classes

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Many of your kindergarten kids may be coming in brimming with excitement about Pokemon Go after spending their weekends hanging out with obsessed siblings and carers. It can be a good chance to liven up your learning routines with some new and fun items.  Tasty Pokeballs If you have some kids who are not eager eaters in your care, you can use a Pokeball theme on their meals and snacks. You can use a melon baller to create fruit and vegetable balls as snacks.…

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