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Children Group Playing Toy Blocks. Little Kids Early Developmentfranch

  • The Magic of Play
  • Fabulous Developmental Fun for Fabulous Kids
  •  State of the Art child oriented gym equipment
  • Physical movement and music equal brain development
  • Fun interactive characters painted on walls of Music Rooms

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Baby Power

These are Parent/Child play classes for ages 6 months up to 3 ½ Years.

Children Group Playing Toy Blocks. Little Kids Early Development

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Forever Kids

Classes Designed to develop the second phase in a child’s development.

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Birthdays

Baby Power Forever-Kids parties are action-packed and filled with activities.

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Language Development

  “Mama” and “Dada” are music to your ears. While it will be many months before your child can master this milestone, it will not be our baby’s first when it comes to language development. Here are some significant stepping stones that will lead up to the day when your child will actually be able ...

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Allergies

Does my child have an allergy? What is an allergy? When a baby has an allergic reaction, it’s the result of an inappropriate response by his immune system. Parents often do not realize that symptoms such as runny nose, rash, upset stomach, or crankiness can signal an allergy. The immune system is programmed to fight ...

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Common Toddler Feeding Problems

1. Table Manners: It is never too early to instill good habits. Table manners can begin as soon as your child begins eating for instance teaching our child not to talk with food in his mouth is not only good manners but can prevent choking or gagging. How can you do this? Be patient because ...

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Toddler Eating Habits

  Your toddler is more interested in discovering new things in his new world than he is in sitting down to eat. Sitting in his high chair is step one but now you have to get him to eat. Toddlers are a bit suspicious of new foods and may have one word for them “No” ...

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