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5 Ideas to Promote Charity to your Children

Image courtesy of SalvationArmyIndiana   Kids by nature have innate sense of helpfulness, charity and compassion inside of them. As parents, it is essential to provide them with activities that foster good values at a young age. However, promoting the spirit of sharing is not just about writing

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Monitoring Your Children’s Technology Use

It’s Mommy Monday and today’s post is going to talk about one of the most important things for technology-based families: monitoring. With technology being a dominating factor in today’s homes, it’s hard sometimes to detach children from iPad, iPhones and computers. It was probably the same in the p

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Kids Splash Pads in Toronto

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Splash and Spray Time! Summer is still in full swing and the temperature can get a little overwhelming. Treat your kids to a nice public splash pad in the mid-afternoon, once the dangerous heat has gone down. Toronto has plenty of free parks which have kiddy pools or water fountains in kid friendly

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The Importance of Imagination

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Studies show imagination help children with creativity, understanding social aspects better, and acknowledging different perspectives.      Ever notice every visit to the park is a brand new adventure? That’s because of your child’s imagination. Imagination works out your child’s cognitive developme

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New Children’s Book: Read Me a Story, Stella

By: Marie-Louise Gay

The wait is over, your favorite Canadian children’s book author, Marie Louise Gay has a new book to add too her collection of Stella and Sam tittles! After four years of anticipation, the popular children’s book collection has a new adventure with older sister Stella and her younger brot

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Promote Critical Thinking to Toddlers

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By definition, critical thinking is a process of active analyzing, evaluating, and applying information that helps one make decisions. The brain begins to develop thinking skills as early as after birth. Don’t believe it? Infants learn and realize smiling draws positive attention to their surroundin

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Salty Saturdays: DIY Kid Friendly Snacks!

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It’s Salty Saturday and many parents are trying to find neat and interesting ways to serve food to their kids this summer. Are you one of them? Fear not! Here are five interesting do-it-yourself ways to make fun and healthy snacks for and with your kid! 1) Food on Sticks The way food is physically [

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Father, daughter activities: Building a Jewellery Box

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Arts and crafts are usually done with mom, but this time dad’s taking over the scissors and glue. Diamonds are a girls best friend – but only if she has a place to store them. What your princess needs is a jewellery box and what better way then to make it with the most important [&hellip

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Posted by Valerie Ho on

Introducing Music to Your Home

It’s Mommy Monday and mothers know that educating children is something to be striving for. In an earlier post, it’s been shown that music has benefits to children’s growth and brain’s capabilities, but if you’re not musically inclined, how do you introduce your children to music so you can st

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Animal Discovery (Father Friday)

It’s Father Friday and we have a full day planned for those daddies looking to spend some quality time with their little ones this summer. Our children learn from a book that a cow goes “Moo!” and a tiger goes “Rawr!” but why not let them see the stripes on a zebra and the arms […]

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