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Toddler Childcare & Education

Sharing, taking turns and being independent; these are crucial skills your kiddo will master with the help of early childhood education. Don't forget to check out learning games for kids that you can play at home.

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Lynn Perkins, a mom and the CEO of UrbanSitter, answers parents' FAQs about hiring a babysitter ... more
Playability Toys designs innovative items for children of all abilities. ... more
Childcare is the biggest budget item for families—ahead of food and housing—but a study says nearly 50 percent of families don't budget for it. ... more
In this exclusive Q&A, Stan Lee discusses his latest work and talks about what it's like to write for kids. ... more
It's never too early to start building a child's self-esteem. Lauren is often asked about the race of her biracial daughter, and she has started reading these books to her. The goal is to teach her not only about her heritage but... more
Use National Poetry Month in April as an excuse to get your child rhyming and ready for reading. ... more
There's more to choosing a preschool than deciding between public vs. private. We've gathered information and insights on the different types of preschools to help you choose the right program. ... more
Save money, time and your toddler's tummy by making your own play dough and paint ... more
Want playtime to pay off? We've got 16 fun educational games that'll set your tot up for success in preschool, kindergarten, and beyond. ... more
How basic toys like blocks and puzzles can help your toddler's development... more