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Tummy Time: Five Steps to Getting Your Baby Lying on His Tummy

Tummy time is important because it is a building block for the next fundamental movements of your baby, such as rolling over, sitting, crawling, and walking. Tummy time for babies is given more significance since the back-to-sleep movement in 1992.

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Parental Involvement and the Effect It Has on Student Achievement

Parental involvement is the active participation and constant parental support of parents in their children’s education. Parents can participate through attending PTA meetings, helping with their child’s homework, volunteering in school events, or setting up a learning-friendly home. Parental involvement ideas also include setting high standards for their children’s accomplishments. Effective parental involvement results to better child behavior, healthy level of self-esteem, and higher educational attainment.

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Dealing with Terrible Twos Tantrums

Every parent has had to deal with terrible twos at some point of their life. Perhaps we can say that two-year-old tantrum behavior problems are only natural as a child grows. There is no better way than to say that it can be difficult to handle children of two years old, and it does require some adjustment. Dealing with tantrums requires perseverance.

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Helicopter Parenting and How to Stop Being One

Do you call your college kid more than eight times a week? Have you ever asked a teacher about your child’s grade? Does making your child’s homework become a daily task for you? If these scenarios sound familiar to you, newsflash—you might be a helicopter parent!

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