A new study suggests that premature babies have better language skills by 18 months of age if they’re exposed to more adult talk very early in life.For decades it’s been known that older children suffer speech and language delays when their exposure to adult speech is limited. Researchers decided to see if the same thing applied to preterm infants, who often have speech delays as toddlers.

  1. Some little noses can be lulled to sleep with the scent from a drop or two of natural lavender oil on a tissue near the bed. Although lavender and other essential oils are known for their relaxation and anti-anxiety benefits, fragrances are not recommended for children less than 6
  2. Some little noses can be lulled to sleep with the scent from a drop or two of natural lavender oil on a tissue near the bed. Although lavender and other essential oils are known for their relaxation and anti-anxiety benefits, fragrances are not recommended for children less than 6 .
  3. Some little noses can be lulled to sleep with the scent from a drop or two of natural lavender oil on a tissue near the bed. Although lavender and other essential oils are known for their relaxation and anti-anxiety benefits, fragrances are not recommended for children less than 6 mon.

Baby’s paintingVisiting the school will help your child get into the groove and be more comfortable during the first week back to class. Take the opportunity to find your child’s classroom, meet the teacher, find the nearest bathroom, get an overview of the school’s layout, learn where students put their coats, and see where his or her locker is located.After you receive your child’s list of class mates, organize a couple of play dates so that.No one likes to be in a hurry in the morning. Simple things like waking up at the same time each day and giving your kids a list of morning “to-do’s” (including getting dressed, eating breakfast.
And brushing their teeth) will make morning time a breeze. TV, cell phones and videos games all compete for your child’s attention before and after school. Set limits on the amount of time your children are allowed to be in front of the screen.

Try a “screen-free” time period each night and spend time devoted to focusing on homework or playing a board game with the family.

TV, cell phones and videos games all compete for your child’s attention before and after school. Set limits on the amount of time your children are allowed to be in front of the screen. Try a “screen-free” time period each night and spend time devoted to focusing on homework or playing a board game with the family.

  1. Choose from eight expansion packs (each sold separately) that each focus on a specific curriculum like nursery rhymes, reading skills, animals and numbers.
  2. It also transforms from a desk into an easel and chalkboard with plenty of storage space for art supplies to encourage play and discovery.
  3. The LED display illustrates letter and number stroke order and how to draw basic shapes.
  4. The adjustable 24- to 36-inch stick comes in three separate pieces so that the length can be adjusted for smaller—or bigger—hands.
  5. Initially,  will only be available in the color, but if enough money is pledged, W also plans to produce its product in teal.

Untitled-1To get started, all kids need to do is slide the color of their choice in to the high-density, child-safe, patented foam and get drawing. Each stick comes with two assorted pieces of chalk. Not only is it super entertaining, but playing with Wacan also help smaller street artists to develop fine motor skills, cultivate creative cognitive development, and encourage a love of art and being outdoors!will only be available in the color, but if enough money is pledged, W also plans to produce its product in Teal.will only be available in the color, but if enough money is pledged, W also plans to produce its product in.

Hands-down the first bug parents will actually want in the house, this toy will turn tiny tots into programmers. This caterpillar is made up of different segments, each with its own color, symbol, and USB plug. Each segment represents one action, and will make Code-a-Pillar move forward, left, right, or even pause before moving again. With the press of a button, the caterpillar will move and interact with kids in the order kids place the action segments, teaching them the basic premise of sequencing. Kids can also code the caterpillar to reach the two included targets they set up throughout the room.

All kids need to do is slide the color of their choice in to the high-density, child-safe, patented foam and get drawing.

Visiting the school will help your child get into the groove and be more comfortable during the first week back to class. Take the opportunity to find your child’s classroom, meet the teacher, find the nearest bathroom, get an overview of the school’s layout, learn where students put their coats, and see where his or her locker is located.After you receive your child’s list of class mates, organize a couple of play dates so that.No one likes to be in a hurry in the morning. Simple things like waking up at the same time each day and giving your kids a list of morning “to-do’s” (including getting dressed, eating breakfast.