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How to teach basic math to a 5-year-old?

Hello, I am trying to teach basic math to a preschooler using math fridge magnets. I would like to know how many people tried this to teach their kids basic math. Any specific recommendations or exercises to make this process more efficient and engaging for a child? Thanks...

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I talked to my DH and now we're planning on starting to CD our 4 year old. I don't know where to start exactly. I've done some research and have found that I would prefer AIOs(most likely)as sadly he's outgrown all of our prefolds I currently have. He is 38lbs and 3'4" so not very chunky but definitely larger than the actual large size allowance of most diapers. Can you ladies point me in the right direction? :) Thank you all. *If you're wondering why my 4 year old is still in dipes he's au...

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Study Finds Autistic Children Have Wider Eyes and Distinct Facial Features

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According to a report from MSNBC, a new study by the University of Missouri suggests that children with autism may have wider eyes and distinct facial features. By analyzing 3-D images of children with autism and comparing them with images of children without the disorder, researchers discovered some
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A Parent's Guide to the IEP

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What is an IEP? An IEP is an individualized education program for children who receive special education or special services in the public school system. Each IEP must be written for one student and be a custom plan describing his or her educational goals, services provided, modifications to curriculum
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Warning Signs of a Learning Disability

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Are you concerned that your child might have a learning disability? A learning disability is a condition that effects how your child reads, does math and processes information. Researchers theorize that learning disabilities are caused by malfunctions in the brain. Having a learning disability is a life-long
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Reversing Letters: Is This Dyslexia?

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Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability that results in people having a hard time with reading, writing and spelling. It is not a function of lack of intelligence or ability to learn. Letter reversal in writing can be one symptom of dyslexia, but this does not mean that every child who reverses
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What Can You Do If Your Child Has Trouble Reading?

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By Nancy Da Silva Your child dreads reading time at school and runs screaming in the opposite direction if you suggest sitting down and reading a story together. If your child is well past the age where he should be adept at reading and yet still has great difficulty, what could be the reason? More importantly,
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