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Movies have become an integral part of life within the last century. They can be educational, intriguing, and plain entertaining. Everyone watches movies, even our kids. Here is a list of some of the best kids’ movies, and a short description of why it can be considered great.
As adults, we treasure any 20-minute span of time we can lay our heads down and rest. But for whatever reason, children don’t quite understand the great gift they are allowed that is naps. Here are some helpful tips to try if naptime in your home just isn’t happening.
Here at Busy Little Hands, we love our kids to explore the natural world. A big part of that world is animals. Having classroom pets is a great way to expose children to small animals and their habits, as well as teach them responsibility and teamwork. Understanding and having empathy for animals is key to a child’s development, and a fuzzy little creature is so fun to have around the classroom.
Family vacations can be a blast – whether it’s taking a road trip cross country to visit Grandma or an exciting excursion to Disney Land, trips with the family are always memorable. However, traveling with kids can also be difficult: Someone could get sick, kids can be fussy, and travel routes can take unexpected turns. What is the trick to a successful family vacation where everyone has a good time?
Raising kids is hard enough without all the added stress of a messy household. First, having tiny toys and miniature clothes for a newborn around the house is fun and exciting, but the next thing you know its a mess! Today’s blog post covers a few tips and tricks that can help organize your home!
If you choose the right one, a babysitter can be a blessing sent from above. But there are babysitters out there who are more trouble than they are worth. Here are some signs you have a bad babysitter on your hands, and some ideas about what to do about it.
Hello Friends of Busy Little Hands! We all know that learning numbers and counting at an early age better prepares children for success when they move on to kindergarten and beyond. But what if a child is having difficulties counting and recognizing numbers, or if they just can’t get into counting because it just doesn’t seem very fun?