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  • How To Teach Your Baby To Stand Up?

    According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) , baby will generally begin trying to stand on their own at around 9 to 12 months. They will learn to pull to stand using furniture. Pull to stand is a skill! Practice makes perfect. Try not to feel concerned about delay standing, some gentle encourage is required and provide more fun, safe and supportive opportunities to practice. Below are some simple Tips that you can do with your baby at home, which will help them develop the strength and coordination needed to get themselves up off the floor. Your baby can learn this vital skill and get one step closer to taking their first step.

  • Teach Your Baby and Toddlers with Flash Cards

    Flashcard learning is quite a popular way for parents or teachers introducing children to new words, images or concept. It’s an easy at-home teaching method because flashcards are portable, efficient and versatile. We tend to take different approach to learning(teaching) at different ages. At a young age, children need more playful elements, let them learn through play. We can introduce them to children in fun and exciting ways!

  • 5 Free Printable Easter Coloring Pages for Kids

    Are you looking for some cute Easter Coloring Pages to keep your little one occupied? On this page, you'll find free adorable Easter bunnies, overflowing Easter baskets, spring flowers, and patterned Easter eggs. They're perfect for kids of all ages to color in. 
  • What are the developmental milestone 0 to 12 months?

    As a first-time mom, I’m always wondering what to expect on my baby’s first year of his life and how to know if his development is on target.

    I learned that achieving early developmental milestones is absolutely critical for my little ones. Throughout the first 6 months, he will develop the ability to hold their own head up, roll over, grasp items and manipulate objects, sit independently, begin to communicate, and much more… Each of these skills are vital building blocks on the path towards crawling, standing, walking, talking, eating independently, drawing, writing and many other vital life skills.

  • Easter Basket Ideas For Kids - Toys for all ages

    Easter baskets are the Christmas stockings of spring. With Easter Day approaching, are you still wondering how to fill the Eatser Basket with a mix of delightful surprises and practical goodies without overspending?  We've rounded up some of our favorite Toys to fill your Easter Backet for your little ones.
  • How To Help Your Baby Learn To Crawl?

    Crawling is such an exciting milestone for most newborns and a really important one too. Studies have suggested that around 50% of babies will start crawling at eight months of age. It is one of those skills that is so different depending on the baby. Some babies start calling it four and a half months or five months, and other babies don't crawl until nine months, so it can be anywhere on the spectrum and everything is completely normal. Below are some tips to support your baby as they explore movement through crawling. Basically it’ll work on shoulder strength, core strength, hip strength and some coordination and hopefully with all of these tips, your baby will be able to get on their way to crawling as well.

  • Baby Tummy Time Tips and Tricks

    Tummy time strengthens neck and upper body muscles, lower back muscles and hips and legs. It gives the opportunity to work on skills of rolling. It’s through tummy time that a baby learns to firstly shift their weight from one side to the other and then roll over. Practicing tummy time helps babies develop the muscles necessary to lift their heads and, eventually, to sit up, crawl and walk. Belly time while he is awake also helps him maintain a round head shape.
  • Soccer Balls For Kids - Buying Guide

    Choosing the right size soccer ball is important to prevent injury and ensure a pleasant playing experience. You're wondering what size is the right size soccer ball for your kids. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. This helpful guide will answer your questions.  When looking for a soccer ball you need to make sure you purchase the correct size ball for your child. Soccer balls are sized in from 1-5. Size 1 is the smallest and size 5 is the largest soccer ball. Each size of ball corresponds to a recommended age group who should be using that ball.

  • Happy St. Patrick's Day With These Cute Printables

    Looking for some fun, free printables to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day this year with your kids, or even just for yourself as cute decor around th...
  • Disocver Some Fun Spring Activities For Kids

    Looking for some fun spring activities to do with the whole family may not be easy. It’s difficult to please everyone in your family and friend group. Perhaps one of your children is all about group activities, while another prefers to play solo. We’ve listed some popular and fun activities which are full of free and low-cost ideas, where you will find the best one to have the whole family and friends to enjoy.
  • How to Set up Peace Defender Robot Toys

    INTRODUCING HAHALAND TAKE APART ROBOT TOY...This take-apart robot toy consists of 5 take-a-part vehicles, all cars can be completely dismantled into car parts and transformed into a big robot or assemble into five separate cars. Once it was transformed into a robot, there is a button on the top of the robot head that kids can press and active the flashing lights and realistic robot sounds, which enhances imagination and creative play for kids.

  • How To Get Your Baby Sleep Through The Night?

    With a baby on the way, or perhaps just arrived, you have probably been warned about the sleepless nights in your near future. Every parent knows that sleep deprivation is just part of the package. A good night's sleep through the night for your baby translates into a well-rested night for you as well.
    For 2-month-old babies, we can't really or don't recommend doing any sort of official sleep training because they're just too young. It's not until your baby is five to six months old that the majority of babies really develop the ability to learn to settle themselves to sleep.