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Time-outs are used to punish and shame, but a calm-down helps kids deal with intense emotions. Calm-downs are a healthy and positive discipline approach for both parents and children. Love this guide for parents!

Time-outs are used to punish and shame, but a calm-down helps kids deal with intense emotions. Calm-downs are a healthy and positive discipline approach for both parents and children. Love this guide for parents!

First Aid For Babies and Children. good pictures, explanations and links to video demonstrations.

First Aid For Babies and Children. good pictures, explanations and links to video demonstrations.

Well, not really funny but its what you were talking about in class Mr. Diaz!  -Maura 002

Man Goes Through Simulated Childbirth To See If He Can Handle The Pain

Well, not really funny but its what you were talking about in class Mr. Diaz! -Maura 002

Because we live in a world obsessed with physical appearance, it’s important to teach children this concept at an early age

Because we live in a world obsessed with physical appearance, it’s important to teach children this concept at an early age

100 Funny Knock Knock Jokes For Your Kids: get ready for some laughter and fun with our collection of knock-knock jokes for kids!

101 Rib-Tickling Funny Knock Knock Jokes for Kids

100 Funny Knock Knock Jokes For Your Kids: get ready for some laughter and fun with our collection of knock-knock jokes for kids!

The One-Week Fix for Bad Behavior

The One-Week Fix for Bad Behavior

Find out what the advice givers do when they're faced with their own kids' problem behaviors.

When your four-year-old knows the alphabet and shows an interest in language, he might be ready to read. You can teach this essential life skill at home, without expensive curriculum or a degree in early childhood education. You have already taught your child many life skills, such as dressing and using the toilet. Teaching your child to read...

How to Teach a 4-Year-Old to Read

When your four-year-old knows the alphabet and shows an interest in language, he might be ready to read. You can teach this essential life skill at home, without expensive curriculum or a degree in early childhood education. You have already taught your child many life skills, such as dressing and using the toilet. Teaching your child to read...

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