We found an easy way to make keepsakes for your garden or yard.
Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines are drugs you can buy without a doctor’s prescription. This doesn’t mean that OTC medicines are harmless. Like prescription medicines, OTCs can be very dangerous for children if not taken the right way.
Be sure to read the package instructions on these medicines carefully. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before giving OTC medicines to young children.
Here are some safety tips for parents and other caregivers:
Giving the right amount
Storing medicines safely
Using cough and cold medicines
Studies show that over-the-counter cough and cold medicines don’t work very well. Some of these medicines can cause problems if used too much. These medicines don’t cure the cold or cough. And they don’t help your child get better faster.
Use these medicines exactly as your doctor says and keep them out of children’s reach.
We found a great article on the mess involved with children painting at the easel, or just painting in general. The article talks about how to set up your child’s environment with thought out arrangement and simple clean up procedures. By keeping some or these helpful hints in mind, even a mess can be a positive and enjoyable learning experience for everyone involved.
The article is from Early Childhood News. Here’s the link.
Most new parents know the value of finding a quality pre-school, but what are the indicators of pre-schooling that can be considered high-quality?
From the Spring issue of Children’s Advocate, here’s good information in a brief article.
A big part of healthy eating is eating more whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat milk products. Healthy snacks are a great way to make sure that you get plenty of these nutritious foods every day. Use these ideas to get started, both for you and your young ones.