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  1. Child development, part 7

    By J. Gosselin,

    6 years old, the age where you start to learn great things, the age where you started to discover the world! Yes 5 years old meant going to school, but 6 rimes with reading, writing and counting and so much more. At that state your little ones are [ … ]
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  2. Child development, part 6

    By J. Gosselin,

    Here we are the 5 years old, the age where the games and the learning process are still mixed but the age at which children start walking the long road that will take them to knowledge, to adulthood. But what does being 5 years old mean? At this age [ … ]
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  3. Child development, part four

    By J. Gosselin,

    After a two weeks break we are now ready to continue our series of articles on child development. This week as you can easily guess we will demystify the 4 years old universe! What we define as the norm or standard development does not imply that [ … ]
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  4. Educational games second part

    Educational games second part

    By J. Charette,

      Today as promise we present to you our favorite educational game for practicing mathematics skills: Roi Dagobert.   http://www.letambourin.com/en/products/kid/2368-ludik-roi-dagobert.html The game was conceived for children of 4 to 7 years old. [ … ]
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  5. Educational games

    By J. Charette,

    We have a special article for you this week. As toys and games specialists we are often being asked: what is your favorite game for this or that or that age and so on. We are now answering you! Today we will present our favorite game for vocabulary [ … ]
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  6. Child development, fourth part

    By J. Gosselin,

    Today we continue our series of article about child development with the three years old. We will walk you through their capabilities, their future progress and the games and toys that will help their learning process.             A three year old [ … ]
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  7. Keep your mind sharp!

    By B. Fortin,

    We decided as the new school year is approaching to do something different this week. We took a pause from our series of articles to offer you some suggestions to keep your children’s mind sharp! For the little ones that will start first grade in [ … ]
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  8. Child development, third part

    By J. Gosselin,

    We arrived this week at the dreadful age of 2! Affectionately called the terrible twos. It’s the age of the self-assertion, of the repetitive no, of the huge tantrums. It’s a phase that almost every child goes thru and that leaves the parents fearful [ … ]
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  9. Child development, second part

    By J. Gosselin,

    This week we continue our series of articles about child development. Today we concentrate on the 6 months through 1 year old period. At 6 months old a toddler is able to sit on his own. He/she generally has full control of his/her head. He/she [ … ]
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  10. Child development, first part

    By J. Gosselin,

    Our last article about Baby shower gave us an idea. We will now start a weekly chronicle about child development and the games and toys that contribute to awake your children. When I’m at the store I often came across new parents with lots of [ … ]
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