At some point in a persons life they may feel like they want to give up… or dare I say “quit”. This children’s book The Day the Crayons Quit is a good read for children’s of all ages. It uses witty metaphors that parents will even get a laugh out of. Whether you’re a teacher, parents, babysitter, or just surrounded by children all the time… this may be a good choice for you to pick up to keep those children entertained with something besides electronics.
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Exercise your child’s creativity, fine-motor skills, and resiliency with TOTO. TOTO the Toy Totem, by Rock and Pebbles, stacking toy/puzzle/sculpture is made right here in the United States. Each piece is made with solid maple wood with hand-painted face designs. The 3 vertical, 3 horizontal ovoids, 1 base, and 4 dowels can be stacked in a variety of ways to make adorable different looks. Your child will learn a sense of delicate visual balance.
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We have all heard a horror story about a baby who stopped breathing during the night. It’s hard, as a parent, not to worry about the ‘what ifs’. With Owlet Baby Care, you can sleep soundly through the night knowing that someone is keeping an eye on your baby. Owlet is a smart sock that alerts you if your baby stops breathing. It uses the same technology hospitals use, so you can be confident that it is safe and accurate. This wireless smart sock fits snug on your baby’s foot and monitors their oxygen level and their heart rate. If anything abnormal happens you will get an alert to you smart phone and the base station. Rest assured that your baby is safe with the Owlet.
Everyone has their own opinions and ways of raising their own children. But it doesn’t hurt to get some expert advice and hear what research tells us. Neuropsychiatrist, Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and parent expert, Tina Payne Bryson, PH.D., help parents understand their children’s behavior by explaining how a child’s brain is wired and how it matures. The Whole Brain Child explains that in young children, the right brain and its emotions tend to rule over the logic of the left brain, explaining the meltdowns and aggravations your child is having. By understanding how your child’s brain is constructed, you can foster growth in an age-appropriate and positive manner. Daniel and Tina, give parents deep insight into caring for children, describing their needs, and how to discipline them in ways that foster optimal development in their second book No-Drama Discipline. This book will create connections in your child’s brains to build emotional and social skills that will serve them now and throughout their entire life. These two books are well worth your time. Get to know you child in a deeper way with The Whole Brain Child and No-Drama Discipline.