Author Archives: Louise Savoie

What Can You Do to Keep Your Children Safe?

It can be a scary thing sending your little ones to a child day care center while you have to work or handle other responsibilities. This is something that everyone parent goes through but it is possible to have some peace of mind. Here are a few great tips that will allow you to rest … Continue reading

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5 Easy Tips to Get Your Kids More Exercise

Exercising keeps us fit, healthy, and happy. Isn’t that something we want for our kids as well? And we certainly don’t want them figuring out too late that living a healthy and active lifestyle is key to keeping those health challenges at bay. Absolutely not! We want to start our kids young when it comes … Continue reading

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9 Tips for Developing Healthy Eating Habits in Your Children

You’ll find that while there aren’t any roadmaps to feeding your kids, there are ways in which you can get them to learn to eat healthily and stick to it. The following tips should teach you the trick that a lot of parents these days are still trying to figure out. Start with yourself. Ask … Continue reading

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7 Benefits Your Child Will Get from Coloring Books

If even adults like us find coloring books fun, think about how much more entertaining it would be for your child. But that’s not all coloring books are about! Coloring books improve hand-eye coordination. Hand-eye coordination is one of the primary skills a toddler must develop before they can learn to read and write. Don’t … Continue reading

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The 6 Benefits of Introducing Picture Books to Your Children at an Early Age

Picture books double as an effective language tool. The content of a picture book holds a rich combination of pictures and words. These pages do more than just capture your little one’s attention. It also helps your child form associations between the words and the pictures. This, in turn, helps expand your child’s vocabulary. Other … Continue reading

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