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My child has dropped their amazon fire tablet and the screen has cracked. Can it be exchanged?


Was it a Kids tablet with the rubber case and is it less than 2 years old or just a fire tablet you gave your child?

Jun 04, 2017 | Amazon Tablets & eReaders

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Why do young child struggle in daily routines?


There are many reasons a young child may struggle with day to day routines. The most common reason is their attention span. Up to the age of 5 years old, a child usually has one minute of attention span per age, so a 2 year old has a two minute attention span, a 4 year old has a 4 minute attention span, and so on and so forth.

The second most common reason is that they are given too much responsibility too soon. While children can help with chores at all ages, the chores need to be age appropriate, so you might give a 2 year old a dust rag to wipe a table with but you wouldn't give them a vacuum cleaner of course.

Another common reason is that children don't get nearly enough sound sleep these days. Infants and toddlers need on average 12-14 hours of sleep a night. Some may be able to get away with as few as 10 hours, and others may need as many as 16 hours of sleep a night. 3-5 year old's need anywhere from 10-13 hours of sleep a night and some need as many as 14 hours of sleep a night, while others can survive on only 9 hours of sleep a night. Older children in the 6-13 range need a minimum of 9 hours a sleep a night, and the average child in that range needs 10-11 hours of sleep. Some get by on as few as 7 hours while others need as many as 12 hours. No child under the age of 13 should be sleeping less than 9 hours a night. If they are, it could be one of the reasons that you struggle with the day to day routine, especially if it's the morning routine.

Other common reasons for a child having a hard time with a day to day routine is the need for a nap, not drinking enough water, too long of a wait between meals or snacks that's causing low blood pressure, and distractions by siblings, video games, etc.

Jan 04, 2017 | Preschool

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How do you teach 3 to 4 years old children spelling?


Generally speaking spelling is not taught to three and four year old's. Children have to start with the basics. The start of learning how to spell is learning the alphabet. Believe it or not there are three year old's and even some four year old's who do not know the alphabet.

To teach preschoolers the alphabet, you generally focus on one letter at a time and have the child complete a tracing sheet where they learn to write the letters by copying the outline of the letters. Other ways to teach the alphabet are reciting the alphabet song, ready a book about the alphabet, or making each day represent a letter of the alphabet and teaching subjects, reading books, eating snacks, and making crafts that start with that letter of the alphabet.

The first word a child should learn to spell is his/her own name. A child can learn to spell as they are learning to read, but it does not do much good to teach spelling to a child who cannot start to recognize words, and understand that words are formed when you put letters together.

The focus for three and four year old's should be on learning new words, not on learning how to spell. Three and four year old's generally do not know how to read or spell. These are things that are taught beginning with pre-kindergarten and into kindergarten. You need to teach a child as many words as possible before you teach them to spell.

Once a child knows the alphabet you have to teach them the sound that each letter makes. If a child doesn't recognize the sounds that letters make, they won't be able to spell. This is all part of the pattern in learning to read, spell, and write. When it comes time for spelling, you can have giant cards with each letter on them and put them on the floor. Say something like "Josh find me the letter that makes the "mmm" sound, and wait for Josh to bring the correct letter card to you. Then ask the next child to bring you the letter that makes the "a" sound. Then ask the final child to bring you the letter that makes the "p" sound. Then sound out the words with the child.

Focus more on learning new words, learning to trace and write letters, and learning to write a child's name than on spelling at this age. They are more likely to retain the skills of spelling and reading as they get older.

Words that preschoolers should know:
Basic opposites: Up/Down; Happy/Sad; Hot/Cold; On/Off; Yes/No
Primary colors: Yellow; Red; Blue + Black and White
Days of the week
Months of the year
People in their family: Mom; Dad; Brother; Sister; Grandma; Grandpa; Aunt; Uncle; Baby; Me
Common animals: Dog; Cat; Elephant; Lion; Tiger; Bear; Giraffe
Major holidays: Christmas; Birthday; Easter; Halloween
Single letter words: I and A
Joining words: And; By; and The

Jan 04, 2017 | Preschool

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I have a new graco cleo car seat. What weight and age does my baby have to be before I shoud face it forward in the car?


Group 0 Until the age of 12 months (13kg/28lbs), your child must always be in a rear-facing position. Group 0+ car seats move from a reclined to a seated position, whilst perfectly supporting your child's back.
Group 0+ Until the age of 12 months (13kg/28lbs), your child must always be in a rear-facing position. Group 0+ car seats move from a reclined to a seated position, while perfectly supporting your child's back.

Group 0+/1 Children are unique and grow at different paces so category 0+/1 seats are highly flexible to reflect this. Babies up to 9kg (19 lbs) can travel safely facing the rear. From 18kg (39lbs) the seat can be adjusted so they face forward, allowing you to spend more time face-to-face with your baby which is an important part of parent-child bonding.
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Group 1/2/3 The car seats in this category grow with your child from 9 months to 12-years old (9-36kg/19-79 lbs) so they can remain comfortable and importantly, develop properly. This flexibility makes it the ideal car seat category for large families and grandparents with grandchildren of different ages.

Group 2/3 A child must have a car seat that is tailored to their weight, height and age until they are 12 years-old, or 36kg (79lbs). The group 2/3 category offers convertible seats for older children aged between 4 and 12 (15-36kg/33-79lbs), this means the car seat grows with your child.


Hope this helps, I have a graco for my 12 week old, this info is from the graco website

Bye for now

Aug 04, 2011 | Graco Baby Gear

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Have had this refrig. for several years and have had no problems until our 2 year old grandaughter played at the temperature controls about a week ago...The freezer has been set at -2 and the regrigerator...


Hi there

Samsung's child lock is easy to alter

Press the vacation and fridge temp buttons simultaneously and hold for 4 seconds, this will release the child lock, to reinstate the lock just repeat this. 4 seconds is quite a long time.

Hope this helps

Gordon

Apr 20, 2011 | Samsung RB215LASH

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How do I explain to a 6 year old child why she is younger with a birthdate of 2/1/2004 than someone with a birthdate of 2/27/1988? She feels she shoudl be older because her birthday is 2/1 and the other...


why correct her? that just cute she will learn it eventually...

make her count backwards starting with the current year,
a new born baby born today is how old?
what if that baby was born last year?
the year before?

it will click

Feb 26, 2010 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Middle School Deluxe...

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When I place the charger on my 6 volt battery to charge the black handle gets extremely hot, why?


Probably a weak connection. Clean the clamping surface and the battery connection surface and try again.

Nov 23, 2009 | Solar OS6130 Octane Series Wheel Charger...

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I need instruction manual for a Fisher Price Child locator


71573 Child Locator Years Made: Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 6:
Non-Toys & Accessories 1999+
Description: The Fisher-Price Child Locator is an ingenious two-piece device that allows parents to quickly locate their child. One unit is worn by the child, and the other unit is worn or held by parents. The units are continuously linked by communication signals, and an alarm will sound if the signals are severed due to distance or interference, or if the child's unit is removed. When parent press the button on their locator, the child's unit will beep so parents can locate the sound. Designed for parent of children ages 2 to 6 years old. Requires 6 "AAA" alkaline batteries (not included). Accessories: Two-piece device, one piece is worn by the child, and the other piece is held or worn by the parent:
  • FPT14246 - Child locator.
  • FPT14247 - Parent monitor.
Variations: None. Other Information:
  • FP71573SET1999 - complete set in original box. WFL: 07-AG-21-4-A

Jan 03, 2009 | Toys

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