Feb 252011
 

By Farah N

Jigsaw puzzle is an interesting toy for your kid. It can be a great present for him. Jigsaw puzzle is not only a toy but it is a sort of nourishment for little kids. Basically, these are problems designed for little kids in shapes of small patterns or tiles. These small pieces are required to be assembled properly in a complete picture which is a great source of success for little kid at one end as well as learning at the other. Each and every small piece of the puzzle has some part of the picture which requires to be completed.

Jigsaw puzzles are available in a number of images. These may be the images of buildings, nature, animals, food and many others. It’s totally up to your choice what you really prefer for your little kid. Previously, these puzzles were designed with the help of hard cardboards. However, nowadays time has changed and advances have been achieved in this field as well. More diverse illustrations are created for little kids helping them to enhance their thinking and brain capability. Moreover, puzzles are designed with increasing levels of difficulty. These difficulties give more challenging tasks to little kids at one end as well as raise the level of confidence that they can face these challenges.

Many people think that Jigsaw puzzles are just for kids. This is not true. Jigsaw puzzles can be used by anyone depending upon the level of difficulty. Some puzzles are especially designed for teens and adults in this regard.

Jigsaw puzzles are available in a number of pieces that may range from one puzzle to another. You may find these in 30 pieces as well as 1000 pieces. Some commercial puzzles are also available in the market having 24000 plus pieces. However, if you are interested in buying a puzzle for your kid, it is advisable to always prefer small puzzles otherwise the child may get frustrated and may lose his interest in this activity anymore. Start with small and easy tasks, and after achieving them, go further towards difficult and more intricate tasks.

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Oct 092009
 

Education Section

By James Anthony

Pregnant and breastfeeding women often have concern that they are losing hair. Women especially experience postpartum hair loss which is completely normal and temporary. This temporary hair loss is completely unrelated to breastfeeding and women usually return to their normal hair growth cycle between 6 to 12 months after birth. It is during these 6 to 12 months that they are also breastfeeding the new born child, which is why they think that breastfeeding is the main cause of hair loss. However, this is never the case. Whether women nurse the child or bottle feed him by expressing milk using an electric or manual breast pump like medela pump in style advanced breast pump, breastfeeding never leads to hair loss.

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 Posted by at 8:35 am
Dec 132007
 

Education Section

The Dunston Baby Language system “Teaches” you the language of your baby. Almost a decade of international research has found all newborn babies use 5 sounds to express their basic needs. Parents around the world are discovering the miracles of the Dunstan System; babies are more content, cry less and settle more easily. Your newborn has a lot to say and now you can learn their language.

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Oct 142007
 

Education Section

Starfall.com is a fantastic (and free!) website designed to help children learn to read. It’s primarily for first graders but I’ve found the site is appropriate and interesting for toddlers to children in third grade. Starfall.com is easy to navigate, even for children. It includes stories, games, songs, activities and movies all designed to teach children the essential skills necessary for reading. The four sections (ABC’s, Learn to Read, It’s Fun to Read, and I’m Reading) increase in difficulty beginning with letter names and sounds, then how to blend sounds and decode words and eventually on to fun stories at independent reading levels.

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 Posted by at 7:48 am
Sep 052007
 

Education Section

As a teacher, people often ask me what they can do to help their child be successful in school. The answer, I think, is surprisingly simple. Preparing your child for school doesn’t begin (or end) on the eve of Kindergarten. It is a continual process beginning in your child’s infancy and continuing on throughout their schooling.

Essentially it’s being an enthusiastic, life-long learner. This needs to be modeled and encouraged. That means by you. It’s not as intrinsic as you might think and, if it is, then it can be very easily discouraged in our fast-paced lives that are frequently saturated with “educational” television shows and dvds.

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