Toys To Help Develop A Child's Creativity

We can conclude that most types of toys help develop a child’s creativity. For over 20 years, Kathleen Alfano (Former Director of Child Research for Fisher-Price) made the observation that when children play, they use their imaginations and creative-thinking skills to explore and discover the many features a toy has to offer. 
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Teething Remedies

Teething is bothersome for both mother and child. It’s a painful experience and alters the baby’s routine tremendously. I used to listen to mothers complain about how their babies were teething and I’d be thinking “Yeah, so?” I really did assume it was a walk in the park till my little one showed me different. Imagine my shock when she went from being a quiet energizer bunny to being fussy and cranky.
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Here's Why Every Child Needs Play-Doh (Plasticine)

Play-Doh can be so messy and annoying, that’s why most mummies don’t like it. It gets all over the place. You’d be walking to the kitchen minding your business and you will just squish a lump underfoot. It gets stuck on furniture, and your little one might decide to have it for breakfast, but here’s some good news - its non-toxic!


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