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Image: Shutterstock In This Article Who is the second smartest creature on the Earth after humans? Well, it’s dolphins (1). Dolphin facts for kids often leave them fascinated. This water mammal is friendly, fun-loving, and among the most intelligent beings on the planet. The marine creatures’ graceful movements and funny yet beautiful faces grab the
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Image: Shutterstock In This Article As a parent, you are responsible for keeping the baby’s environment clean and safe. Therefore, it is essential to regularly clean and sanitize their toys to maintain hygiene and prevent germs. When considering how to clean baby toys, this post will help you explore various ways you can find helpful.
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Coughs, congestion, sore throats, fevers—viruses seem to be everywhere right now, and it’s not just COVID. Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza and other viruses are rampant, and a critical shortage of paediatric fever reducers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen means parents don’t necessarily have the tools to deal with them. Here’s what’s currently happening
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And why I feel good shopping for play essentials at Peeka & Co. Created for My five-year-old daughter loves taking pictures, and I love seeing the world through her eyes. She’s captured some gorgeous sunsets on my phone’s camera, and I often find snaps showing interesting perspectives and selfies (so many selfies) saved in my
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The teens in your life may even crack a smile when they open one of these trendy and thoughtful presents. If you have a teen, then you know that finding just the right gift can be nearly impossible. Here are a few ideas that (hopefully!) won’t make them cringe. PeachandLavenderCo. Waffle Scrunchie Photo: Courtesy of
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Resilience, or Res for short, was assembled by NASA scientists to explore Mars, but he develops human emotions. Post-launch, Res and Fly, a drone helicopter, navigate the difficult, dusty terrain of the far-away planet. Res’s ability to feel aids him in his exploration as millions cheer him on. Best for ages 8 – 12.
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It’s estimated that 150,000 kids were sent to residential schools, and that legacy of neglect, lack of education and abuse is still being felt today. Residential schools for First Nations, Métis and Inuit kids were run by church organizations in partnership with the Canadian government from 1883 until 1969. Designed to force Indigenous children to
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Learn how to protect your children from this rare but potentially deadly disease. Created for When Jen Sharpe’s daughter Alexis was almost six months old, she developed a fever—and it got progressively higher. Jen had already taken her to the ER twice, where she was assured that Alexis just had a virus. However, when she had
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It may seem early to be shopping for advent calendars, but be warned: these puppies sell out fast. Let the countdown to the holidays begin! What’s even sweeter than chocolate? Toys! Make the 12 (or 24) days leading up to Christmas feel extra special with these tiny, gift-filled advent calendars for kids. From Play-Doh to
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A bowl of cereal is fast and easy, but is it nutritious? We’ve rounded up the most wholesome options to make your mornings better. What’s faster than a bowl of cereal and milk for breakfast? It’s a five-minute solution to hectic mornings, and by age six, most kids can make it themselves (which saves even
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