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Parent & Child for Ages 3-5

 
Swap that PB&J for turkey pinwheels, a new twist on ham and cheese, and other tasty treats.
Your kids will flip for these yummy (and healthy) a.m. meals.
With a few arts-and-crafts essentials (and a handful of treats), your kids can take their classroom valentines to a whole new level.
Whether she gets her art ideas from her pal or her mannerisms from you, it's normal for your child to be a mini mimic.
When your kid's tooth is loose, a little wiggle leads to a lot of wow. How to make the most of this milestone.
These foods ease cold symptoms and get kids back to their best.
A well-stocked pantry works wonders on the immune system. Your cold-fighting food guide starts here.
The idea for the "100 Greatest Books for Kids" list had been on our minds for some time. Here's how we made it happen.
Here are some early reading ideas geared toward children ages 4-7
Personalize the reading experience for your child, geared toward children ages 8–10.
Acclaimed chef and dad John Besh cooks up a recipe for easy homemade family meals on the run.
2 cups jumbo rolled oats 1 1/2 cup slivered almonds A healthy combo of oats, nuts, seeds and dried fruit can make a delicious and...
Katie Workman, chef and cookbook author, has a motto in the kitchen with her two sons: try everything.
Kid only likes PB&J? Try these five clever ways to introduce new flavors in the lunch-box standby.

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