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Stroller Wagon, Hacks & Accessories

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MiniMeis G5 Shoulder Carrier
Sol Brush SPF50

Travel

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Home - The Florida Aquarium
Kids Attractions - Family-Friendly Play Areas & Nearby Rides | Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Attractions Height Restrictions | LEGOLAND Florida

Activities

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Jayme Yannuzzi on Instagram: "know what you’re thinking…

Here she goes again hammering on about podcasts! But I have been reaping the benefits about listening to podcasts with my own little that I don’t want to gate-keep it from you.

The thing is, when we introduce active listening to our Littles at a young age, they build up important skills for the future of their reading and educational journeys.

Podcasts, although simple, provide such an easy and enjoyable way to do that.

Today, I wanted to focus just on our preschoolers. If you think that listening to podcasts with preschoolers is impossible, I’m here to prove that it’s not. It’s all about finding the one that works for your family.

Some of these are tried and true for us and some are new. Some are perfect for a calming quiet tim
Jayme Yannuzzi on Instagram: "This is your sign to start a Friday family movie night 

Friday move night has become a family tradition for over 3 years now.

It’s become a favorite part of our week and one that we all look forward to all week honestly.

We have a system where we switch on and off each work for who’s turn is it to pick the movie and we get our 🍕 ordered and snuggle up on the couch.

We started this tradition to quell the daily movie requests and give my little one a specific day each week she could look forward to for movies.

It’s also become a way to connect and unwind as a family. And even though yes it’s with a screen, I think at the end of a long week, screen time can absolutely still be quality family time. 

Over the years we have made conscious efforts to find movi

Shows and Entertainment

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Everything you need to know about choosing the right Montessori school
How to Teach the Alphabet the Montessori Way — Wild Earthling

School

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Melissa Kate on Instagram: "Use your kids favorite toys! Follow @bymelissakate for more easy ideas. 

This toy car science and math activity is so fun for little ones - even if they don’t understand exactly it’s a great way to learn numbers! I used different sized cars and monster trucks and a bowl of number erasers. When my son weighed a car he would collect what numbers showed up on the screen. Then we ordered them from lightest to heaviest! A basic kitchen scale works great. You could even experiment with a hypothesis on which will be the heaviest and lightest!

If you're new here, hi I'm Melissa - a mom of two boys 👋 Follow @bymelissakate and click the 🔔 in my profile to see all our fun activities ✨🎉

#toddlermom #kidsactivityideas #kidsactivity #toddleractivity #toddleractivityidea
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Math Activities

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S O P H I E   D A V I D ⭐️ on Instagram: "⭐️PHONICS ⭐️

All the sounds brought to you by this little phonics queen 👑 

Let us know if you have any questions. 

#phonics #phonicsfun #phonicsactivities #phonicsforkids #phonicsclass"
Midwest Montessori — Sound games come first
S O P H I E   D A V I D ⭐️ on Instagram: "🪄PHONICS 🪄

Phonics should be magic, it should be enjoyable and kids should love it! All 3 of my kids LOVE it, all the children I taught always loved it and I LOVE IT! 

If you want to know more about phonics and how you can best support the children in your care then one of my phonics courses are for you! If you’d like the link, then leave a comment and I’ll send to you. 

There’s currently a preschooler phonics course and a reception phonics course on offer for just £5! It’s done over zoom but the recording it sent out after the live event for you to enjoy at your own leisure. 

I can’t wait to see you all there. 
Enjoy. 
#phonics #phonicsfun #phonicsgames #phonicsforkids #phonicsclass"

Reading/Spelling/Writing

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Lovevery on Instagram: "⭐️Poll: What’s your favorite way to help your child learn new words?⭐️ 

Speech and language pathologist Bridget Hillsberg of @speechsisters says the most effective way to introduce new vocabulary is through play. So, instead of quizzing your little one with questions like “Can you say ___?” or “What’s this?” she suggests this simple strategy:

🗣️ As your child plays, copy what they do and incorporate a target word⁠. 
🙃 Make silly sounds and gestures that reinforce its meaning⁠. 
🔁 Repeat the target word multiple times in a fun way. ⁠ 

Asking questions can be helpful, too. Just be sure they appeal to your child interests, are simple enough for them to answer, and are few enough to keep the environment fun and engaging. This will encourage your little one to talk
Elena Sorrentino on Instagram: "Are you making these common mistakes that hinder your child’s language progress? 🚫🗣️

💾 Save this post to come back to later!

Here are some mistakes I see often as a pediatric speech therapist and what I encourage you to do instead to promote speech and language development with toddlers.

❌ Using baby talk instead of parentese. Children learn language through the language that is modeled to them. Parentese is much different than “baby talk”.

❌ Forcing the “right way” to play with toys instead of letting them learn, explore, and problem solve the toy on their own. 

❌ Focusing too much on pre-academic skills such as colors, numbers, or letters. Instead of focusing on these skills, focus on teaching and modeling functional language so that they can commu
675K views · 39K likes | Melissa Minney: Baby & Toddler Speech & Language Expert on Instagram: "Comment ‘5STEPS’ & get my *free* class to help your toddler say more words!⁠

No one can be “on” all the time, and I’m all for independently play time too, but when you do set aside time to play with your toddler, follow these tips to maximize connection and language learning :)

#toddlermama #toddlermom #toddlerdevelopment #toddleractivities #toddlerplayideas #toddlerplaytime #languagedevelopment #speechdelay #firsttimemommy #earlyyearsideas"

Speech

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Alison Vogel, MS, CCC-SLP | Speech Therapist on Instagram: "Have you heard of power words? 

Hi 👋 I’m Alison, a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist and a mom. Keep reading to learn why I love to teach power words ⬇️

💪 Power words are words that carry a lot of weight when it comes to communication. They give kids the most bang for their buck, so to speak. 

🗣 They are often words that help children communicate their wants and needs, reduce frustration, and connect with caregivers in a meaningful way. 

💪 These words are going to vary for every child, based on cultural differences, special interests, and family/home circumstances. The words in this video are general examples of power words, but may not be the best words for every family. 

🗣 Ask yourself, what 10-15 words would give

Sign Language

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KC Rickerd | Pediatric Physical Therapist, Child Development on Instagram: "Some of my most common questions I get are related balance bikes versus bikes with training wheels/pedal bikes, so I figured it may be helpful to compile a comparison of the balance and pedal bikes I’ve personally tried with patients AND my own little ones over the years. 

🚲 Comment BALANCEBIKE for a direct link to all the balance bikes featured in this post AND a full blog covering all about balance bikes vs. training wheels & pedal bikes and my recommendations/considerations 🚲

Drop any questions below, tag a parent that could use this info, & don’t forget to follow along @milestones.and.motherhood for daily tips, tricks & info all about motor milestones & development! 

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Motor Skills

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WanderTwins 🍉 on Instagram: "Seriously we saw this trick on tiktok and Stanley was riding his bike in less than 10 minutes. 
We went straight from a balance bike to this."
KC Rickerd | Pediatric Physical Therapist, Child Development on Instagram: "Some of my most common questions I get are related balance bikes versus bikes with training wheels/pedal bikes, so I figured it may be helpful to compile a comparison of the balance and pedal bikes I’ve personally tried with patients AND my own little ones over the years. 

🚲 Comment BALANCEBIKE for a direct link to all the balance bikes featured in this post AND a full blog covering all about balance bikes vs. training wheels & pedal bikes and my recommendations/considerations 🚲

Drop any questions below, tag a parent that could use this info, & don’t forget to follow along @milestones.and.motherhood for daily tips, tricks & info all about motor milestones & development! 

@‌striderbikes @guardianbikes @‌officia
Lindsey BenGera | Sprinkle in Learning® on Instagram: "Balance and Coordination 🎈 All you need is a balloon and a few couch pillows! Work core, arm and leg muscles with this balance and coordination game! #sprinkleinlearning #grossmotorskills #grossmotor #grossmotorplay #grossmotordevelopment #grossmotoractivity #handeyecoordination #simpleactivities #kidsactivity #kidsactivityideas #kidsactivities #athomeactivities #kidsactivitiesathome #balancetraining #coordination #activekids #activekidsarehappykids #activitiesforkids #activitiesfortoddlers #activitiesforchildren #pt #physicaltherapy #activityforkids #simpleplayideas #simpleplay #activityideas #ideasforkids #teachermom #teachingkids #teachermomlife"

After walking

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Dr. Darcy🔅Pediatric Physical Therapist on Instagram: "Reposting an oldie because my girly is in the “walking” precursor stage now! 😅✨🙃

Ever wondered what your kiddo should be doing at a certain age, as far as those “walking” skills go? 🧐🚶‍♀️

Again, these are RANGES and just based on my personal & clinical knowledge base. 

There are TONS of resources out there telling you when kids should be achieving certain skills, but just wanted to give you my two cents 💰💰 so that you had a quick “cheat sheet” to reference.

Meant to educate, not to decrease your confidence as a mama or dada! 🤗 we need to recognize that every kiddo may not follow this exactly and that can be totally OK!! 🤍
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Dr Alex Homdrum DC | Dr Ann Kristin Homdrum DC on Instagram: "Hope this brought some clarity and inspiration ❤️

Here’s a few great tips on how to increase leg strength past 6 months as your baby is approaching important milestones such as Crawling, Standing and Walking 👶🏼

As you can see from the various clips; the soles of the feet are important - make sure to stimulate those and always place the whole sole onto the surface when practising 🦶🏻

This is because of the amount of nerve-endings in the sole - it gives a lot of valuable sensory information to the brain 🧠 

Try these at home and let us know what you think 🥰"
KC Rickerd | Pediatric Physical Therapist, Child Development on Instagram: "Is your little one struggling with alternating feet on the stairs OR with paying attention to where their feet are? This is for you! Here’s a quick run down of the general timelines for the expectation of stair skills: +15-18 months- can crawl up and creep down backwards w/ close supervision *I recommend started this and the above with help AS SOON as they begin crawling for safety standpoint! Approximately 20+ m

Standing/Walking

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Dr. Darcy🔅Pediatric Physical Therapist on Instagram: "Have a little one that looks like they are ready to crawl, but not quite moving yet, here’s a quick tip for ya! ✨

Remember, this is just a purposeful play activity that you *can* practice to get your little one moving towards next skill! Not trying to rush anything…😉🤍

📣 Most kiddos *will* crawl on their own with opportunities given for floor play and independent exploration of their environment, but there is no harm in supporting them along if they are frustrated and are in the age appropriate range for the skill! 😌

Providing this little cue at their shoulders along with the pull of their bodies to shift forward over their hands, some littles (if they are ready!) will tuck their knees up underneath them! 💪🏼😅

Hi! 🤙🏼 I’m Dar
Dr. Darcy🔅Pediatric Physical Therapist on Instagram: "Hi! 🤍 I’m Dr. Darcy, peds PT & first time mama to a baby girl! Follow @tips_and_pediatricks for more tips and tricks for your little one’s motor skill development. 👩🏼‍⚕️🙌🏼👶🏼 Here’s how I’m helping my [frustrated] baby girl get the hang of crawling! ✨ Remember, these are just purposeful play activities that you *can* practice to get your little one moving towards that next skill. They aren’t necessary, but if your little one has been working on crawling for some time & you want to encourage it, then this post is for you! 😉🤍 #crawling #childdevelopment #babydevelopment #pediatricpt #floorplay #babymilestones #newborn #momtips #motherhood #crawlingtips"

Crawling

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When Do Babies Sit Up? Plus, 4 Things That Can Help
Jena▪️Pediatric Doctor of PT’s Instagram profile post: “❤️: Hi!!! I’m Jena, a pediatric doctor of physical therapy and mom of two. I assist parents all over the world in driving their baby’s…”

Sitting

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theptparent on Instagram: Is your baby rolling to their tummy and getting STUCK?! 🙃 This happened to me when Charlotte learned how to roll back to belly. Most…
mommyandme.pt on Instagram: ROLLING BELLY TO BACK - try this 6-8 month tip ✨ This tip is for older babies who maybe enjoy tummy time and don’t frequently roll belly…
Brittany | Pediatric PT (@mommyandme.pt) posted on Instagram • Apr 22, 2022 at 11:30pm UTC

Rolling

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Jenna Morley on Instagram: "Crawling Crab Hack! 🦀

I was chasing after this thing way too much 🤣 River loves this toy! Comment CRAB for link!

#crawlingcrabtoy #tummytimehack #parentinghacks #baby #tummytime #sensoryplay #crawlingcrab #babytoys #fyp"
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Tummy Time

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Shari Lyon - Hypnobirthing Childbirth Education on Instagram: "✨Baby Language cues and cry’s what they may mean.

👶 Did you know that babies have their own language of cries and cues? 

🍼 Introducing the Dunstan Baby Language method, a fascinating way to decode your little one’s cries and understand their needs better! 🧠

🔍 Developed by Australian mum and musician Priscilla Dunstan, this technique helps parents interpret five universal sounds that all babies make in the first few months of life. 

🗣️ By listening carefully to these cues, you can respond more effectively to your baby’s needs and build a stronger bond.

👂 Here are the five sounds and what they mean:
1️⃣ “Neh” - I’m hungry
2️⃣ “Owh” - I’m sleepy
3️⃣ “Eh” - I need to burp
4️⃣ “Eairh” - I have gas
5️⃣ “Heh” - I’m uncomfor
WILDBIRD® Baby Carrier on Instagram: "did you know this?? 🤓💘 this was mind blowing info to us when we found out that each cry has a meaning! 🙌🏽"
carly | speech-language pathologist | talkfull of play on Instagram: "Stop reading first words books like flash cards ‼️ 

Instead, use ACTIONS, MOVEMENT, GESTURES, SOUNDS, SILLY FACES!

Hi! 👋🏼 I’m Carly (@talkfullofplay), a pediatric speech-language pathologist. I love sharing educational content, milestones, activities, and tips related to children’s speech & language development 🗣️✨ 

Follow @talkfullofplay for more! 

#momtipsandtricks #languagedevelopment #speechandlanguagetherapy #firstwords #earlyintervention #earlyinterventionspeech #earlyinterventionworks #toddlertalk #learningtotalk #parentcoaching #babybooks #newmomtips #babyactivities #babylanguage #babymilestones"

Newborn

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Jamie Glowacki on Instagram: "READ THE *FULL CAPTION* AND *ALL THE SLIDES*, PLEASE.

IN THE *EARLY DAYS* of potty training, never ASK your child if they have to go pee. You’ll get stuck in a massive power struggle. INSTEAD, watch for pee signals and observe pee patterns, then prompt when you're reasonably certain they need to go. They're just learning a new skill and they literally don't know yet whether they need to go.

***Check out all the slides.***
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I’m the author of Oh Crap Potty Training and Oh Crap I Have a Toddler. I’ve been a parent educator for over 18 years and worked with thousands of families. None of my work is in theory. It’s all from the trenches right beside you.
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Toilet Learning

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Emotion Regulation/Calming Corner

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Parenting Books

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Devon Kuntzman PCC | TODDLER EXPERT | Ages 1-5 on Instagram: "Stop! Your toddler just hit you 🫢Do you say, “Ouch! That hurt!” or do you do THIS 👆

💡TODDLER TIP: Next time your toddler hits and you set the limit, "I won't let you hit me", follow through on your words by moving away from your child so they can’t reach you or gently hold their hand so they can’t make contact with you. I invite you to stay connected while holding your boundary. You can hold the limit without relating to your child as "bad". Remember, these are the moments your toddler needs your support!

Remember, toddlers are experimenting and exploring with limits and reactions. However, behavior can become reinforced by OUR reaction or just become a preferred method of communication. That's why finding your calm and sha
Janice Chou on Instagram: "We’ve all had those days when we’re so exhausted that we can’t handle one more argument with our child. 😖However, when we routinely give in to their crying, whining, and negotiating, we inadvertently teach them that crying and pleading are effective ways to get what they want. This ultimately makes it harder for them to respect boundaries as they grow older—and makes our parenting job that much more difficult. 

So, as draining as it can be, it’s important to remain firm in our boundaries and follow through on the limits we set. While our child may scream, cry, whine, or plead in response to our boundaries, when we remain firm in our limits, we teach them the importance of consistency and help them learn to accept and respect boundaries

#RIE #MagdaGerber #Respe
Dr. Jazmine | Parenting on Instagram: "Does your child often meltdown when you're not doing things "quick" enough? Or they're not getting their needs met? Or maybe they're screaming at you, "I want it now!!!"

Hope this quick guide was helpful!

If you'd like to learn more about how to help your child navigate intense emotions, make better choices and overall become more cooperative, then don't miss my free live discipline workshop TONIGHT at 8 pm et (a recording will be sent out to those who register!). 

Comment or DM "discipline" to save your spot!"

Parenting/Behavior

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Let's Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect: Teach children about body ownership, respect, feelings, choices and recognizing bullying behaviors: Sanders, Jayneen, Jennings, Sarah: 9781925089189: Amazon.com: Books
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Consent & Boundaries

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Emily Heisey, PT, DPT on Instagram: "📣TODDLER PARENTS📣

A lot happens in toddlerhood (as we all know due to the fact that we can never sit down because we are so busy), but let’s look at what you can expect to see from 18 months to 4 years!

Scroll through these milestones and check out what you can expect to prepare for when it comes to your little one and what they will be doing around the house soon.

💗Double tap if you’re a toddler parent working on one or more of these gross motor skills!
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4 year old

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Emily Heisey, PT, DPT on Instagram: "📣TODDLER PARENTS📣

A lot happens in toddlerhood (as we all know due to the fact that we can never sit down because we are so busy), but let’s look at what you can expect to see from 18 months to 4 years!

Scroll through these milestones and check out what you can expect to prepare for when it comes to your little one and what they will be doing around the house soon.

💗Double tap if you’re a toddler parent working on one or more of these gross motor skills!
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#kinactive #kinactivekids #babiesofinstagram #babymilestones #infants #infantdevelopment #motherhood #parenting #parentingtips #firsttimemom #texasmom #fortworthmom #dfwmom #dallasmom #fortworthblogger #physicaltherapy #childdevelopment #southlaketx #southlaketexas #physicaltherapist #babysteps

3 year old

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Emily Heisey, PT, DPT on Instagram: "📣TODDLER PARENTS📣

A lot happens in toddlerhood (as we all know due to the fact that we can never sit down because we are so busy), but let’s look at what you can expect to see from 18 months to 4 years!

Scroll through these milestones and check out what you can expect to prepare for when it comes to your little one and what they will be doing around the house soon.

💗Double tap if you’re a toddler parent working on one or more of these gross motor skills!
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#kinactive #kinactivekids #babiesofinstagram #babymilestones #infants #infantdevelopment #motherhood #parenting #parentingtips #firsttimemom #texasmom #fortworthmom #dfwmom #dallasmom #fortworthblogger #physicaltherapy #childdevelopment #southlaketx #southlaketexas #physicaltherapist #babysteps
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2 year old

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