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New parents are bombarded with toy advice for their baby. Navigate through the conflicting tips with this list of the best toy characteristics to look for.
Has your child outgrown lullabies?  Here are some fun kids' CDs to calm the tyke who doesn't want to hear anymore 'Skidamarink!'
Teenagers fighting to the death can be compelling on the silver screen, but does it make for a child-friendly film? Get our tips for picking age appropriate movies for your kid.
In our wired world, you'd be hard pressed to find a kid without an online presence. The Internet presents limitless options of online gaming for kids, but how do you choose the best virtual games? Find out here.
Contrary to what you may think, family rituals don't need to be elaborate, fancy or religious, they just need to be meaningful.
Want to break out of the DVD-in-the-family-room rut?  Try Baby Loves Disco for your next family night!
The last thing parents want around the house is another plastic toy that gets thrown aside after a few uses.  Why not give a gift that stands out?
Christmas Eve is just around the corner. And here at Education.com, we've got a mailbox full of goodies. Here are our picks for stuffing your kids' stockings.
In order for a child's brain to develop in the best possible way, parents should focus on encouraging certain activities like interacting with people. How do
Examines how toys should be selected that stimulate the imagination, dramatic play, or creativity of children.  Find toy ideas in various developmental domains.
Read about play and academic materials that are useful for children ages six through ten.
What materials can your preschool or kindergarten-aged child play with that will help nurture their cognitive development?
This article outlines the definition and the value of games, the positive effects of organized games on the development of children, the difference between
Our society has become so fast paced and full of multi-tasking that play no longer seems to come naturally to adults or children, let alone seem important.
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