Milestones in Language Development

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Language development begins at birth. Right from the beginning, your baby is learning from your visual and verbal cues. She begins to understand language well before she is able to speak it. Even in the first months, when crying is her main avenue of communication, she has different cries for her various needs. Typical ways […]

Toys for Learning: Six Months to Two Years

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Play is a key component to learning development and socialization in babies. Having a quality selection of age-appropriate toys and games at your child’s disposal encourages intellectual stimulation and physical growth. Open-ended toys are always recommended over electronic objects that do the work for your child. (Note that the American Academy of Pediatrics advises no […]

Toys for Learning: Birth to Six Months

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Play is a key component to learning development and socialization in babies. Having a quality selection of age-appropriate toys and games at your child’s disposal encourages intellectual stimulation and physical growth. Open-ended toys are always recommended over electronic objects that do the work for your child. (Note that the American Academy of Pediatrics advises no […]

Learning How to Self Feed

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Self-feeding is another milestone on your child’s road to independence. The task gives her a sense of personal mastery and has the added benefit of allowing her to act on her natural hunger cues. Finger Foods Self-feeding begins with finger foods anywhere between eight months to a year old. She must be able to sit […]

Balanced Diets for Toddlers

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Learning to eat a balanced diet begins early. As soon as your child starts eating solid foods, you can introduce her to a range of flavors and foods, which will ensure that she gets a wide variety of vitamins and nutrients. Click here to learn about a balanced diet for your baby from birth to […]

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