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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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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…
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The process of preparing food to be eaten.
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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.
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Passing stool, urinating, stool and urine.
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Short for Cesarean section; the surgical procedure in which an incisions is made in the abdomen and uterus to deliver a baby.
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Solid waste (also known as "bowel movement", "number two", or "poop")
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Diaper rash is a common form of inflamed skin (dermatitis) that appears as a patchwork of bright red skin on your baby's bottom.
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How to help children prepare for or get a job and when it is appropriate. Use [working-parents] for balancing work and home life.
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Questions about teaching children safe and responsible use of tools.
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People, real or imagined, who others choose to emulate.
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Activity that involves moving your body. For competitive physical activity, see [sports]. See also [development].
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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
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For questions about menstruation, periods, monthlies or menses. Examples are teaching a child about it or helping them cope with it.
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touch, taste, sight, smell -- our childrens' senses and how they learn to accept them, work with them, or cope with their impairment/loss
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Discussion of parents who may have (or feel that they have) a favorite child, and the ways that can affect a family.
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