Dec 12, 2011
Posted in Activity

Play and learn with colors

Play and learn with colors
Kids are taught in playful manner and they learn quickly if you allow them to play with things as they want. And colors are known to attract kids more than anything. Seeing vibrant colors makes them curious and they try to do things. Children tend to learn effectively by doing. Hands on experience of learning makes better impression in children’s mind which they are able to retain more and better of what they learned in that manner. When you allow kids to be creative, it’s wonderful for the development of the child. Give your child opportunity to play with colors. As mentioned above, research has proved that colors stimuli  [...]

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Jul 26, 2011
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How Do Babies Learn Walking?

How Do Babies Learn Walking?
Generally babies start walking before completing one year of age. However, the process of learning how to walk starts much before the baby completes her first year on earth. Below we have discussed the steps the baby goes through while learning the actual process of walking: 1. Learning to support the head: This occurs within a few days or a week after the baby is born and is the first step taken by the baby to get her body ready for walking. When you will start putting the baby on the tummy, she will come to know that her head can be kept elevated and she herself possesses the ability of lifting the head. Within some weeks,  [...]

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Dec 21, 2010
Posted in Activity, Staying Fit

Medicine Ball Plyometrics for Children – Step-Wise Exercise Guide

Medicine Ball Plyometrics for Children – Step-Wise Exercise Guide
The American College of Sports Medicine deems it risk-free for kids to do plyometric exercise. Plyometrics is at times mistakenly considered to be some jumping-related exercise forms, however, actually it is whenever one hops or does some form of exercise which blends force with speediness for garnering power. Kids could garner numerous health gains by engaging in plyometric exercises that entail improvements in speeds, better bone densities, lesser sports-associated injury & aids kids in better managing their weight. Medicine ball goes hand-in-glove with plyometric exercises since one could pitch, throw or pass it on speedily  [...]

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Dec 1, 2010
Posted in Activity

Cabin Fever Fighting Tips – Fun-Filled Indoors Winter Activities

Cabin Fever Fighting Tips – Fun-Filled Indoors Winter Activities
Are you already bogged down by the grim wintry weather? It could be tough to keep little munchkins occupied when the parks, playgrounds & courtyard are beyond limits. So, here are some great boredom-busting, real-momma, television-free, cabin fever-fighting tips for kids to have a fun-filled time indoors. Winter Fun Activity #1: Showery Craft Parents could keep some older shower curtains aside that make the right constituent for those days when one cannot go outdoors. Putting children in older clothing or stripping the kid to just the diaper on. Now mixing together some canisters of shaving cream plus edible  [...]

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Nov 23, 2010
Posted in Activity, Child Health

Winter Health & Safety Pointers for Kids – Part II

Winter Health & Safety Pointers for Kids – Part II
Here are handy winter health tips for tackling common associated sicknesses while ensuring a fun time for the kids. Your five to eight year old kid could enjoy playing ice hockey. In case the kid is comfortable with the fundamentals of this sport – like gliding, stopping & going backwards then parents should be looking for hockey sticks which come till the level of a child’s chin while he/she stands on the skate gear. One could simply start off by playing pick game forms on iced lakes or ponds which one’s township considers risk-free to skate, however in case your kid shows interest to join some teams then enrol  [...]

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Nov 17, 2010
Posted in Activity, Child Health

Winter Health & Safety Pointers for Kids – Part I

Winter Health & Safety Pointers for Kids – Part I
The wintry fun beckons all, however it can be rather tricky to keep children balmy, in good health & amused. Here are some winter health & safety pointers to ensure all enjoy the outdoors thoroughly and safely. Winter Health Worry – going outdoors? Gusty days could feel chillier in comparison to the real temperature and while coming to the decision on the extent of time children could be playing outside safely, the wind-chill aspect is highly significant. Following the below mentioned guidelines would be quite helpful. Winter Tips for temperatures Thirty degree Fahrenheit & Above For temperatures thirty  [...]

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