Four Reasons To Send Your Toddler To Preschool Even If You're A Stay-At-Home Parent

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If you are a stay-at-home parent, then preschool may not quite have the allure to you that it does to working parents. You don’t need childcare for your child – you’re available for that! But preschool is actually far more than glorified babysitting. Here are four reasons you should send your toddler to preschool even though you are a stay-at-home parent. They can meet others their own age. Chances are, your child’s main socialization experiences so far have been with adults and with siblings of a different age.…

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Keep Kids And Toddlers Busy This Summer With Some Fun Crafting Projects

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If you are trying to entertain young children this summer, try a relaxing and calming craft project. There are some very simple and clever crafting ideas that can be adapted to any age group, and that will give children a sense of accomplishment and pride. Try these ideas with your toddlers or young kids to keep them occupied this summer: Duct-tape pencil case. Get little kids excited about going to daycare or school by helping them make their own duct-tape pouch.…

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Preschool Options For Your Budget

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If you have a child about to turn four years old, you are probably starting to think about preschool. If you have been a stay-at-home parent, or had a relative watching the child while you were at work, you are probably also wondering how you will pay it. Luckily, there are all kinds of options for different budgets; you just need to know how to look for them. Here are a few tips to consider that will help you find the preschool that will best help your child while keeping to your budget.…

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