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    Staying Warm this Winter

    Staying Warm this Winter

    Staying Warm this Winter Winter is here and CookiesKids.com has tips on all the gear that kids need to stay warm and happy this season. But outerwear, even kids’ outerwear, can include a lot of technical features. This makes it difficult to decide what’s right for your child. We'll take an in-depth look at outerwear to make buying [...]
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    Teaching Children Forgiveness

    Teaching Children Forgiveness

    Why Teach Forgiveness? Understanding a nuanced concept like forgiveness takes a lot of guidance, but ultimately it will help kids get along better in social situations and, later, build lasting, healthy relationships. So how can you teach your child forgiveness? First, make sure your child understands what forgiveness is. Remember, forgiving someone isn’t forgetting what they did or condoning their behavior. It’s [...]
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    Fall Family Activity Roundup

    Fall Family Activity Roundup

    Fall Family Activity Roundup A great fall family activity can engage your children, help everyone appreciate the smells and tastes of autumn, and even benefit the community. Here's a look at some of our favorite ways to get everyone up and out this season. Apple Picking Fall is a great time to enjoy the outdoors for [...]
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    Is Your Teen Sleeping Enough?

    Is Your Teen Sleeping Enough?

    Is Your Teen Sleeping Enough? Is your teen sleeping enough? The CDC, a governing body in medicine, recently released a hard-hitting study claiming that most teens are simply not getting enough sleep. The study has had far-reaching implications, with school districts across the country heeding the CDC’s warning and starting school later. As a parent, it's important that you [...]
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    Starting at a New School

    Starting at a New School

    Starting a New School Few things are as unnerving to kids as starting at a new school. Learning to navigate the fraught social and academic world of one school is hard enough. Going to a new school and having to start the process all over again can be scary. What can you do as a parent to make [...]
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    A Parent’s Guide to Teething

    A Parent’s Guide to Teething

    Teething The teething period can be acutely uncomfortable and painful for baby, which makes it a hard time for parents, too. Although a lot about teething still remains a mystery, let’s run down what parents and pediatricians do know, and prepare a plan to ease the burden. When It Begins Babies usually get their first teeth at around [...]
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    Homework Help: Dos and Don’ts

    Homework Help: Dos and Don’ts

    Homework Help: Do's and Don'ts As the school year begins anew, kids across the country are becoming reacquainted with their old nemesis, homework. Some may not like it, but homework helps students sharpen their skills, retain the knowledge they acquire at school, and think independently. Almost all kids will need some kind of homework help during their academic career. [...]
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    Overcoming Fear of the Dark

    Overcoming Fear of the Dark

    Overcoming Fear of the Dark Fear of the dark is among the most common phobias for kids and adults alike, but the fact that it’s common doesn’t make it any easier for your little one to overcome. By overcoming fear of the dark, you can give your child valuable experience in conquering other fears down the road. It’s important [...]
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    Meditating with Children

    Meditating with Children

    Meditating with Children With increasing numbers of Americans – children and adults alike – experiencing stress, it’s no surprise that people are turning to meditation for relief. Meditation and mindfulness practices (the focused awareness of the present moment) are becoming more popular both in school curricula and outside the classroom. Is meditating with children another fad, or can it offer tangible [...]
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    Talking to Children About Death

    Talking to Children About Death

    Talking to children about death can be difficult but is also important. Explaining and discussing difficult topics is pivotal to emotional development. Kids as young as 4 or 5 can have questions about their own mortality and death in general. These questions are often prompted by the death of a friend, relative, or pet. Your child can [...]
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