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3 Parenting Books You Must Read (Before Your Child Is Born)

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Parenting is one of the most challenging roles in human lives. Good news is that you can be prepared for what is coming. In theory you may think you are prepared but... believe me, you need some practical guidance.

The three books listed below, when read, literally save sanity of parents and children (not mentioning grandmothers, and other family members). 

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5 Reasons Why Playing With Animal Figurines Is Beneficial For A Child

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Animal figurines are open-ended toys that have been with us for centuries. Most children in preschool age, boys and girls, love figurines. Research shows that play with figurines boost child’s development, creativity, imagination and much more.

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Toddlers On The Wedding Party Ideas - On A Budget

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Planning to invite children to your wedding? Surely you want them to have loads of fun and giggles at your wedding party. Here are a couple of ideas to make the wedding party unforgettable for kids too. And all without draining your pocket.

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Montessori Math Aids - How to Use Power of Two Cube

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The Power of Two Cube is a great way to combine playing and learning mathematics. This cube is recommended for children age 2 to 6 but it can be used by younger and older kids. For younger as a stacker and older as a visual aid to explain exponentiation.

Here is a guidance how to introduce and use the Power of Two Cube.

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6 Tricks to Enjoy Easter Away From Home With Toddler

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Staying away from home for Easter with toddler might be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are 6 tricks which will make your Easter enjoyable while keeping your toddler happy.

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