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Hidden dangers can lurk in even the tidiest of homes. Learn how to perform a safety audit and make the changes necessary to keep your family safe.
Agape offers educational programs, for infant, toddlers, preschool and school age children, degreed and certified teachers provide active play, hands on learning using Teaching Strategies Creative Curriculum, aliened with PA Early Learning Standards, Core Competencies and Early Child Observation Assessments.…
Educational toys for toddlers and preschoolers.
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If you suspect a developmental delay, initial services could be critically important to your child.
Mom blogger Brandi Jeter says modeling good practices is the best way to build a recycling foundation for toddlers. See her participate in an iVillage video on this topic.
The where-do-babies-come-from question strikes fear into the hearts of many parents, but experts say don’t worry.
Mom blogger Jeanine Ludwikowski rediscovers her "long lost love" of reading and encourages other moms to renew old interests.
Cleaning up teaches kids life skills and a sense of responsibility. Here are some ideas to make it easier and more fun.
Some kids don't speak all sounds correctly until age 8. Others seem to stutter, but it's normal. Here's how to spot potential problems.
Everyday tips for parents reading to babies, toddlers and elementary age children.
Blogger Erin Flynn Jay shares the small adjustments that help get her kids to school with less stress.
Ask Momma tees off on parents who don't let their kids be kids.
Blogger Jeanne McCullough anticipates the sad day when a tiger will no longer be a tai-ta to her toddler daughter Anna.
The first time your toddler blurts the "h" word can be devastating. Here's how to handle it.
Keep your kids' noggins warm with these goofy hats.
Ask Momma takes a humorous look at the tendency of little ones to "shove, chop and mow their way through."
Philadelphia mom Erin Flynn Jay says her Moms Club provides support and friendships.
Despite recommendations to the contrary, it's well known that most parents of kids younger than age 2 let them watch at least some TV, smart phone or other screen entertainment. In a nod to this reality, the nation's pediatricians have…
It’s easy to encourage a love of music in a young kid. Here are tips from children’s musician Marnie Grey and MetroKids readers.
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