Parenting Infographics

What Makes A Good Nanny

If you are looking to hire a reliable nanny, you may have to do your homework when searching as the good ones are likely booked up. There are things to look out for and avoid when seeking to hire a nanny. Learn about what red flags to avoid and how to hire the perfect nanny before they are gone in this infographic.

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11 Benefits of Puzzles For Child Development

There is no doubt that puzzles represent an excellent learning tool for children. They are available everywhere, affordable to purchase and come in whatever difficulty level needed. It’s no wonder this classic toy is loved by both parents and educators. In the following infographic, discover 11 advantages of puzzles for child development that will give you a new perspective on this educational toy.

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What Is ABA Therapy & How It Can Help

Are you having a difficult time helping your child to stop engaging in problem behaviors or learning new skills? If you are not sure or feel like you need help or more information, consider asking your educators, therapists, or doctors about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is a well-developed scientific discipline that focuses the use of effective interventions to produce meaningful changes in human behavior.

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Considerations for Children at Weddings

A wedding can be a very long occasion for children. However, if you take into consideration the points in this infographic from Entertainers Worldwide and follow the tips, even putting on some entertainment to keep the little ones occupied, you’ll find the kids have a wonderful, hassle free day.

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How to Help Prevent Child Trafficking in Nepal and Beyond

The team at Next Generation Nepal believes the best way to combat child trafficking is to raise awareness of how it happens.  Simply volunteering in a children’s “orphanage” or “home” can help fund activities that tear children away from their real families and place them in situations that are abusive and dangerous. Many children in orphanages are in fact not orphans.

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Internet Safety for Kids: 7 Tips for Parents

In this infographic, learn which online tools to use to protect your children on the internet. This Internet safety infographic is for parents who want to familiarize with the hidden online dangers and cybersecurity risks for children and to ensure their safety while browsing the web.

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The Cost of Child Care in the United States

The cost of living in the United States is increasing, especially when it comes to child care. While the costs are widespread across the United States, it is becoming a big problem for many families. This infographic takes a look at the high child care costs that are plaguing the country, and just how many families can actually afford them.

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Beginner’s Guide to Newborn Photography

Newborn photography is a great way for families to let everyone know that their little bundle of joy has arrived. And if you’re new to this type of photography, there are some important things you’ll have to take care of before you can begin doing shoots. This infographic from Adorama Camera serves as a beginner’s guide to newborn photography.

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How To Tell If Your Kid Needs Glasses

Is your child having a developmental delay or does she just need glasses? In the United States, $10 billion is spent on children’s vision disorders each year Learn more about how to tell if your kid needs glasses in this infographic from Frames Direct.

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9 Work-Life Balance Tips for Busy Working Parents

Sometimes, 24 hours in a day just isn’t enough. If you are a parent, you have most likely thought that one time or another. Here are nine quick work-life balance tips for busy parents to give you a lift, all bundled into the following infographic courtesy of of SerenataFlowers.com. 

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