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Parent & Child for Ages 6-7

 
Forget taco night — it’s all about taco morning! Turn your cuties’ fave breakfast foods into wraps they can eat with their hands.
How tech experts keep screens from taking over their kids’ lives — and what you can learn from them.
Strategies to help your 5- or 6-year-old practice her cooperation skills.
Many young children struggle with impulse control. These tips and suggestions will help manage behavior and maximize learning potential.
No need to strong-arm your kiddo to swallow his meds. These savvy tips will have your child opening wide—and feeling better in no time.
What makes a whodunit so fun to read? The suspense, of course! Here’s why mystery books are great tools for skill-building, too:
Keep kids busy and preserve your sanity. The new forecast? Fun ahead!
Yard work has never been so fun!
From apps to old-school activities, we’ve got what to pack and play until you get there.
It may be time for your kiddo to gain a sense of independence and start tackling some basic hygiene tasks solo.
Missed naps! Late lunches! No routine whatsoever! How to enjoy an almost meltdown-free family vacation—despite all the challenges.
It’s tempting to put off special vacations until your kids are older, but there’s a lot preschoolers gain—and remember—from traveling at a...
Turn your garland into a valentine by writing a message on it, folding it back into an accordion, and popping it into an envelope.
Adorn your tot’s bedroom with the Valentine’s Day cards she collects throughout the month.

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