Author Archives: independenttoddler

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Encouraging Your Child to Study

Children and teens can feel schoolwork burnout. But as parents, we must be prepared in helping them regain their motivation. More importantly, early childhood education can only be effective if our children are motivated to learn. In our...

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Simple Ways to Promote Readership Among Your Kids

Encouraging kids to read at an early age is essential in the development of their literacy skills. Whether it be reading for pleasure, information, or instructions, reading skills plays a crucial part in building your child’s cognitive...

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What’s with Kids and Their Toe Walking?

Why do you think your child does toe walking from time to time? Toe walking is when a child while walking, balances on the balls of their feet without ever resting their heels on the ground. Toe walking on their toes occurs for various...

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Helping Children Thrive Early On

The growing brain of a youngster is extremely capable. All of the neurons that are excited to form new connections are apparent in their curiosity and willingness to learn. Don't pass on this golden opportunity to discover your children's...

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Disciplining Your Child Without Spanking

Studies have shown that using physical pain as punishment affects a child’s development. For most parents, spanking may feel like the fastest and most effective way to discourage bad behavior, but it only works in the short term. So how can...

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Encourage Your Child’s Artistic Streak

Not every youngster will grow up to be an artist, but if your little cutie has a knack for artsy little scribbles, you may want to nurture that. Art is just like any other skill. It has to be honed, developed, encouraged, and nurtured....

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