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Kids this age are naturally active, so be sure to provide lots of opportunities for your child to practice basic skills, such as running, kicking, and throwing.
Kids go from babies to toddlers during this time, from first steps to walking well. They also make major strides in language and communication.
After learning to recognize your voice, your face, and your touch, your baby will start responding more to you during these months and even give you a smile!
Your infant will learn to sit during this time, and in the next few months will begin exploring by reaching out for objects, grasping and inspecting them.
Play is the primary way that infants learn how to move, communicate, socialize, and understand their surroundings. And during the first month of life, your baby will learn by interacting with you.
Parents can help instill a love of activity and help kids make it a part of their everyday routine.
A preschooler's desire to move, move, move makes this a great time to encourage fitness habits that can last a lifetime.
Being active is a key component of good health for all school-age kids. So how do you get kids motivated to be active, especially those who aren't gifted athletes?
Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained and off the couch when the weather's bad? These quick-and-easy ideas will keep them happy and busy.
Preschoolers have a lot of energy, and the physical skills and coordination to ride a tricycle or chase a butterfly.