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Raising Creative Children » Post Topic » Taste said in August 11th, 2009 at 10:49 pm

[...] you’re new to the lesson plans, you’ll want to read: Working with the Lesson Plans: Scheduling The Family Meal Calendar Activities Play Areas for Encouraging [...]

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Raising Creative Children » Post Topic » F is for Fall said in September 23rd, 2009 at 4:58 am

[...] you are new to this site, you may want to read: Working with the Lesson Plans Play Areas for Encouraging Creativity Calendar [...]

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[...] you are new to this site, you may want to read: Working with the Lesson Plans Play Areas for Encouraging Creativity Calendar [...]

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Raising Creative Children » Post Topic » Thanksgiving said in November 21st, 2009 at 10:00 pm

[...] you are new to this website, you may wish to read: Working with the Lesson Plans Play Areas for Encouraging Creativity Calendar [...]

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Raising Creative Children » Post Topic » Snow and Ice week said in February 1st, 2010 at 10:17 pm

[...] you’re new to this blog, you may wish to read: Using the lesson plans Calendar Activities Play Areas for Encouraging [...]

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Proverbs2410 said in July 19th, 2010 at 7:14 am

I found this information very helpful, as well as the information on nap time/bed time routine. I hadn’t realized how important nap time is, but I am definately going to work towards incorporating this into a new schedule I’m going to be developing here soon. Thank you for sharing! =) God Bless.

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[...] Okay, you have your ideal schedule, your bedtime routine, and when you would like your child to take a nap. Your child is eating regular, nutritious meals at about the same time every day. Now, you need to see that his morning includes a variety of activities, including some large-muscle activities outside. This does not mean that you have to amuse him! The young child has a fantastic imagination and a wealth of creative potential. You simply have to provide the tools and the time, and a safe environment. To see what sort of activities I do in the mornings with my granddaughter, you can read: Working with the Lesson Plans: Schedules [...]

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potty training girls age 2 said in September 14th, 2014 at 4:25 am

Don’t forget – consistency and positive reinforcement will go far.

These are all signs that your toddler is ready for potty training.
When your daughter is ready to toilet train, the process will be shorter and more relaxed for both of you.

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