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Special Education refers to programs and practices that are tailored to assist with a child's specific differences and needs. Common needs can include communication issues, physical disabilities, dev…
The process of preparing food to be eaten.
Questions about helping children improve their problem solving skills. This tag should not be used to indicate you have a problem about a child that needs to be solved.
Passing stool, urinating, stool and urine.
Short for Cesarean section; the surgical procedure in which an incisions is made in the abdomen and uterus to deliver a baby.
Solid waste (also known as "bowel movement", "number two", or "poop")
Diaper rash is a common form of inflamed skin (dermatitis) that appears as a patchwork of bright red skin on your baby's bottom.
How to help children prepare for or get a job and when it is appropriate. Use [working-parents] for balancing work and home life.
Questions about teaching children safe and responsible use of tools.
People, real or imagined, who others choose to emulate.
Activity that involves moving your body. For competitive physical activity, see [sports]. See also [development].
For questions about the congenital oral condition ankyloglossia, also known as tongue-tie, which causes an unusually short or thick lingual frenulum and may impair tongue mobility
For questions about menstruation, periods, monthlies or menses. Examples are teaching a child about it or helping them cope with it.
touch, taste, sight, smell -- our childrens' senses and how they learn to accept them, work with them, or cope with their impairment/loss
Discussion of parents who may have (or feel that they have) a favorite child, and the ways that can affect a family.