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Coronavirus: Are daycares really closing, and what do we do now?

"This is a disaster for me as a parent, like it is for them."

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Coronavirus: Is it safe to take your kids to daycare, and other questions parents ask

Concerned readers are reaching out to us with questions: we provide some answers.

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‘It’s going to fall off if you play with it’ and 5 other myths you should avoid telling your kids

The fibs mentioned in a passing moment (or repeated for years) can lead to life-long insecurity or even worse. Check out some of the most common myths parents use to scare children into behaving.

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Support early education and 'make an even greater impact' this Mandela Day

When you invest in a child’s education, you invest in their future. Even the smallest contribution can impact our current and next generation. You can take #ActionAgainstPoverty, as an individual, team or company this Mandela Day.

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Parents answer: "How can I make mornings easier for my preschooler (and me)?"

One redditor shared: "We have a preschooler who seems to love school but hate the process of going there every morning." You're not alone, the morning routine is a struggle for most parents.

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How child-safe is your home? Check the washing machine!

One mom shares her story about finding her 3-year-old locked inside the washing machine (yes, it can happen!). Here are some tips on keeping your home safe.

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WATCH: This dad proves that hugs really can fix everything

When his little girl was upset, this dad handled the situation perfectly.

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How to help that parent struggling in public

Be kind, because the struggle is real.

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Dangerous children's toys and hazards to look out for

With their 2017 list of toys most likely to cause harm and injury, World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H) mentions the potential dangers we should look out for on our next trip to the toy store.

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How do I get my child to stop eating toothpaste?

Eating strawberry-flavoured anything can be rather tempting, but swallowing large amounts of toothpaste, particularly with high levels of fluoride, can make your children very sick. Here are a few tips to help them fight the temptation and practise good tooth brushing for healthy, sparkly teeth.

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What are school sores and how do you get rid of them?

If you've spotted these strange little blisters on your preschooler's nose, mouth, arms or legs, don't be alarmed. Here's how to treat and monitor impegtigo.

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The cost of home-schooling your preschooler

If you've decided to home-school your little one, you'll find this list of expenses super useful.

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Parent's guide: What to teach your preschooler about internet safety

Internet safety in early childhood is a new area of research because, until now, children as young as four weren’t able to easily access the internet.

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3-year-old boy plays outside for first time this year after bone marrow transplant

It was a special weekend for a 3-year-old boy who, for the first time in a year, could lie on the lawn, look at the sky, and laugh and play with one of his sisters, following a bone marrow transplant.

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How to choose a car seat

A car seat is one of the non-negotiable items to get when you have a baby. Here's how to choose the best one for your baby.
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