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Play is perhaps the most important activity of young children. It's their "work," their principal occupation, and how they learn! Even when this process may not be obvious, learning occurs all the time for young children. They learn by exploring the world around them, interacting with people they meet, and experimenting with things they come across.
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Watching our kids play is so much fun. And it's fascinating to see them engage in different types of play as they mature. Is that block just a block, or is it a car? And how can those chairs and blankets become a fort? Learn more.
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A cold is probably the illness your child gets most frequently. On average, a child under 7 gets seven to ten colds per year, each lasting one to two weeks. Children over 6 months don’t usually need to see their health care provider for a cold unless there is ear pain, sore throat, or fever over 102 degrees that lasts longer than a day or two.
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When our children were very young, we didn't much care about their manners. As infants, their loud burps would usually elicit laughter, and as they learned to speak, we considered their inadvertent insults or seemingly rude behaviour rather adorable..
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What's your potty personality? If you like to be well equipped, you've got plenty of gear to choose among.
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Sometimes our kids are not gentle or careful when playing with their
pets. In part this is due to enthusiasm and curiosity. Learn more about why kids are rough and how to help them.
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