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Cleanliness 101: Teach Your Kids About Proper Hygiene

{:en} Kids love playing indoors and outdoors. And as they play, they can touch different surfaces where germs lurk. Parents like you will not always be around at all times, especially when they are busy at work and the kids are in their school in...

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Infant Development and Engagement by Parents

Watching the first step, first smile, or first word is a great experience and milestone for both the parents and their baby. During their first year, they try to explore and learn about their surroundings through their five basic senses: sight,...

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Here’s Why You Should Send Your Child to Preschool

As children grow, they become more curious about their surroundings and their eagerness to learn is overflowing. They would ask questions about things and explore them on their own. Interactions with their family members and the people around...

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No Appetite? Here’s How to Make Your Picky Eater

{:en} Toddlerhood is the stage when children, around age 12 to 36 months old, begin to shift from dependent infants to independent individuals. This is when they begin to show a sense of identity so 'no-saying' or saying 'no' to anything and...

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Why You Should Make Free Play an Essential Part of Your...

{:en} Like us, our children need to be able to explore and do things on their own to learn. Thus, aside from structured and guided learning, we must make sure that they have time to play on their own terms in what is called 'free play.' Free play...

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Nurturing Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

{:en} Did you know that bilingual or multilingual kids are proven to have higher emotional intelligence? Due to their exposure to several cultures and languages, these kids are more adaptable to new surroundings and opportunities. They also have...

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