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Toddler (12 to 24 months)

Toddler - Care

First Aid for Babies - Tips Every Parent Should Know

Learn how to care for your little ones when they have minor injuries, and when it’s time to bring your child to see his paediatrician. Our experts, certified First Aid instructors Natasha Cullen and Haney Rahman, share their expertise on keeping your babies safe at home.

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Babyproofing Your Home - Keep Your Infants and Toddlers Safe

Babyproof your home and keep your infants safe from the various hazards around the house, including the kitchen, bathroom and windows. Secure large items like the television to prevent it falling on your infant as he explores the home.

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Discipline for Toddlers and Preschoolers in a Healthy Way

As your little ones grow and assert their increasing independence, they will also need your help and guidance in managing their emotions. Since punishing your child via spanking is not recommended as children later externalise these behaviors and may fight with their peers, here are some healthy discipline strategies, coupled with tips on how to help them handle their feelings.

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Fear In Kids: An Age By Age Guide

From separation anxiety, to real world disasters, to scary monsters, kids will go through a whole slew of fears from the time they are born all the way to adolescence. Here’s our age by age guide to the more common fears in kids and ways in which you can help them.

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Sustainable Options for your Little One

Looking for natural, sustainable options for your little ones? Here are our top picks to suit your lifestyle. Reduce your environmental footprint with these sustainable options. Ranging from wood, bamboo, and recycled plastic choices, these include clothes, toys, cutlery and utensils, as well as durable, long-lasting items such as cots, and high chairs.

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Toddler - Eat

9 Ways to Get Your Toddler To Eat Vegetables

If your little one refuses to put anything resembling a vegetable near her mouth, here are a few ways to try and get her to increase her vegetable intake. These also work to help you get your recommended two servings a day.

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Self-Feeding - Getting Your Baby to Eat Independently

Once your baby can hold his/her head steady, sit up and swallow food, he/she can self-feed. Babies usually unlock this achievement around six to eight months. Signs that your little one is ready to try self-feeding include grabbing the spoon while you’re holding it, reaching for food from his/her or your plate and picking up other objects and putting them in his/her mouth.

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Teething and Good Dental Hygiene for Your Babies and Toddlers

If you notice your baby drooling a lot, being more irritable than usual, chewing on solid objects and rubbing his/her face, he/she may be teething. He/she may also drink less than usual and cry a lot more, heart-rending especially for first-time parents.

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Pacifier - Benefits, Safety and Weaning

Although pacifier use in infancy is encouraged, it's best to wean your child off the pacifier between two to four years old, or even earlier. Help your baby safely use a pacifier and then as he/she grows older, gradually reduce his/her reliance on it.

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Toddler - Development

Improve Your Toddlers and Preschoolers' Fine Motor Skills

Help your child graduate from diaper wearing with these potty training essentials and tips. Start your child on his/her diaper-free journey with potty training, using positive reinforcement to make this a quick and effective process.

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Walking Toddler Development Milestones

Help your child achieve this milestone of walking, by strengthening his/her muscles in various parts of the body, with some motivation. Celebrate each of your child’s milestones from flipping over from her stomach to taking her first steps.

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Potty Training Your Kids Quickly and Efficiently

Help your child graduate from diaper wearing with these potty training essentials and tips. Start your child on his/her diaper-free journey with potty training, using positive reinforcement to make this a quick and effective process.

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Toddler - Play

Safe Toys for Children - From Babies to Preschoolers

When choosing toys, follow the manufacturers’ age recommendations even if you think your child is a genius or developmentally advanced. These guidelines ensure your child can engage with the toy, and that you've chosen a safe toy.

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Activity Sets for Your Toddlers to Learn While Playing

As your children enter toddlerhood, start them on a fun learning journey so they can develop social and emotional, communication, cognitive and motor skills. These fun toys, activity sets and books will spark their imagination so they can quickly pick up new skills.

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Toddler - Sleep

Trouble Sleeping - How To Help Your Child Get Quality Sleep

Getting enough quality sleep is crucial for a child’s development and well-being as it affects their mood, attention, learning, and memory. However, many parents have to deal with the difficulty of getting their child into bed every night. Here are some suggestions to make bedtime easier for you and your child!

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Good Sleep Habits for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Help your toddler and preschooler get the sleep they need by building and maintaining good sleep habits. Build good sleep habits for your toddlers and preschoolers so that they can have quality sleep. This boosts their mood, learning, and overall behavioural development.

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