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Hitting, kicking, and throwing a ball — what could be more fun! Are you thinking of signing up your child for a team sport? Good things to consider include skill sets and readiness. Find out more about sports and kids.
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'Mine!' 'No, it's mine!' Is there a toddler or preschooler in your house who's struggling with sharing? Sharing is difficult, and no one is born ready to share all the time. Learn about some great ways to help our children with sharing.
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For many young children, there is no more exciting way to travel than by air. They love to watch the carts, trucks, and airplanes at the airport. Even better, they may get to ride on moving walkways, trains and trams, escalators and elevators—all that even before boarding. On the plane itself, there are the endlessly fascinating tray tables, window shades, and teeny tiny bathrooms to explore, again and again.
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Making Kid-Favorite Foods Even Better
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Between 30 and 36 months, your toddler will begin to construct sentences of four or five words. He'll also be able to tell stories and ask "what" and "where" questions. Of course, this ability comes amid a flurry of language development that started before his second birthday and will continue long after it. Your toddler is beginning to understand grammar and to use pronouns.
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Your preschooler still has lots to figure out about the world and the people in it. One thing that’s pretty much settled, though, is Mommy’s role: Mommy is her Mommy, and that’s that.
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