Your Preschooler Month by Month
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How can I teach my child to share?
If your child is unwilling to share, do not punish him. Instead, when he shares willingly with...
How do I keep my child from getting car sick?
Many children get car sick, and while it’s not always easy, it can be dealt with in a few...
Wetting the bed: how can I help my child to stop?
Night time potty training is a big part of the potty training process, and it can be one of the...
What should I look for in a swimming class?
While it’s not yet time for proper swimming classes for your preschooler, you can both benefit...
How can I get my fussy eater to eat more - without a...
Picky eaters cause parents a lot of stress, but there are some really simple ways to change your...
When should my child learn to read?
The average child will learn to read somewhere between preschool junior infants, but this skill does...
How can I help my child improve his speech?
If you have a hard time understanding what your preschooler is trying to tell you sometimes, there...
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