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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE A baby is constipated if they have difficulty passing stools or have hardened stools. A baby’s constipation may also lead to other issues, such as pain while passing stools and stomachache. Most infants younger than a year may go days without pooping. Knowing the symptoms to expect in a constipated
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Fat is an important macronutrient in an infant’s diet. Aside from being the major energy source in breast milk, fats and their metabolites aid in a baby’s brain development and growth. But, the amount of fat in human breast milk varies throughout the day (1). This alternation of breast milk
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Image: iStock Are you boarding a flight with your little one? As the plane takes off, children may amuse themselves by observing the sky, moving clouds, and exploring the front pockets (1). However, if it is a long-haul flight, they may get restless. Limited legroom, cramped spaces, and limited mobility make children fussy. It may
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Image: iSock IN THIS ARTICLE Babies start experiencing gas a few days or weeks after birth. It usually resolves by itself at six to seven months but may last for longer. A common cause of gassiness in babies is air swallowed while feeding or crying. For breastfed babies, the mother’s diet may also cause gassiness
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Image: Shutterstock Hear, see, touch, smell, and taste! Are your curious toddlers licking and touching every random object around them? As toddlers begin to explore their surroundings, they enjoy seeing various colors, smelling odors, tasting, hearing new sounds, and feeling new textures. Sensory play is one of the best ways to provide your children with
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Image : iStock Preschool block activities are a source of rejuvenation and learning. There are many benefits of block play, such as developing motor skills in toddlers that allow them to learn and revise letters, shapes, and patterns through playtime (1) Head to the nearest craft stores and buy some unique block shapes that may
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Image: iStock Shakespeare quoted, What’s in a name? Well, a lot! It connects us to our identity. Learning to read, write and spell every letter in our name offers various cognitive benefits (1). Furthermore, name activities improve kids’ creativity and help them recognize the shape of the letters in their name. Let’s take a look
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image Shutterstock Is your child an aspiring artist? Are they fascinated by colors, paints, sketches? Why not encourage them to learn and develop their skills. Art activities for preschoolers are not just fun but also aid in the development of gross and fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and creative abilities. So, if your child is
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Image: Shutterstock Children are fascinated by the simplest of activities. Isn’t it? Any play or activity that involves movement, rhymes, singing, or dancing can get them hooked. One such activity idea can be finger-plays. With simple hand and finger movement, you can engage your child and help them build their language, gross motor, fine and
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Image: iStock Did you know dinosaurs went extinct more than 66 million years ago? But, movies, theme parks, and interesting, fun facts about dinosaurs leave preschoolers curious and wanting to learn more. Quench their thirst by experimenting with some fun dinosaur activities for toddlers. Who knows, your child is a paleontologist in the making. 20
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Image: iStock A bulletin board is a soft board that is hung on a common wall in classrooms, libraries, or public places. They are a canvas for colorful ideas that display the learning objectives and schedules of the preschoolers in an attractive manner. Adorable bulletin board ideas can help you bring out the creative side
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