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How to Have Fun With Toddler Activities and Games

March 22, 2013
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One of the healthiest things you can do with your child is regularly play with her. Discover how some of the most popular playtime activities--puzzles, chase, finger-painting, building forts and catch--stimulate your little one's sense and help her work on fundamental cognitive and motor skills.

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Howdini (Aug. 10, 2013) — Communication expert Alexa Fischer suggests getting objective to find your purpose! Changing your world can start with activities as simple as writing down a list of your likes and dislikes, or applying yourself to new activities!
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Toddler Can Name Every Organ In The Body

Toddler Can Name Every Organ In The Body

Newsy (Nov. 7, 2014) — Toddler Elizabeth Christensen can do some pretty incredible things. Watch her give us an anatomy lesson. Video provided by Newsy
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Video Games Bring New Life to Old Brains

Video Games Bring New Life to Old Brains

Reuters (Oct. 3, 2013) — Researchers in California are developing video games aimed at helping the elderly preserve their cognitive abilities as they age. The games are designed to improve communication between different parts of the brain, boosting memory function and the ability to stay focused.
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Reading, Writing, Games Could Be 'Brain Insurance'

Reading, Writing, Games Could Be 'Brain Insurance'

Newsy (July 8, 2013) — Love to read and write? A new study shows those activities might have some positive effects on your brain as it ages.
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