App of the Week: Kids Yoga Verse

This week’s app of the week comes from http://www.kidsyogaverse.com/. This group was the winner of the U.S. SURGEON GENERAL’S HEALTHY APPS CHALLENGE FOR KIDS FITNESS! I have used the apps for my own kids who enjoy learning yoga. Using...

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Web Browser for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Web Browser for Autism Spectrum Disorder

With summer in full swing and the temperatures rising, children and parents might be looking for a fun family alternative to outdoor activities that are educational and indoors! Zac Browser, an internet browser that was developed for children...

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Developmental Ways to Beat the Heat

Developmental Ways to Beat the Heat

Water Play: Developmental Ways to Beat the Heat Here in Arizona it can be easy to feel trapped inside, especially when our low temperatures rival the high temperatures elsewhere. But there is a great way to play outside (or inside) and stay cool...

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App of the Week: Peekaboo Barn

App of the Week: Peekaboo Barn

Peekaboo Barn: This app helps toddlers to learn animal sounds and associate them with the correct animal. Your child will knock on the doors of the barn and listen for the animal sounds. After hearing the animal sound they open up the barn to see...

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Pretend Play and Language Development

Pretend Play and Language Development

Now that it’s summer, school is out and it’s getting hot. Parents often ask, “What can I do at home to help my child’s Language Development’? My answer, “Play!” Pretend Play helps build language development. Whether you are building a...

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Baby Equipment: Yay or Nay?

Baby Equipment: Yay or Nay?

When you walk through a baby retailer there are endless aisles of baby toys, carriers and equipment. Choosing the right items is important to promote your baby’s development. Hands down, the best place for your child to learn and explore is on...

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App of the Week: Tiny Tastes

This app’s playful approach can turn selective eating struggles or other types of feeding difficulties into a fun game, as a picture of your child’s own food gets uploaded into Tiny’s plate for her to “eat.” Kids...

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