kids. Thursday , December 29th , 2016 - 20:15:00 PM
1. Read the age and safety labels on all toys before purchasing. Hazards can be greatly reduced by making sure toys are appropriate for the age of the child. This is widely considered to be the single most important safety measure for parents. This is especially important for children under age 3 because toys labeled for older kids can have small parts that could cause choking if they get into the hands and mouths of younger children.
o A child that is bored may dump toys out, searching for something new and different. Children will quickly become bored with toys that can only be played with in one way. At this stage, they yearn for something new and creative.
Once example, in Brooklyn, New York, there is a poverty problem, but to understand poverty in this country, is critical to take a look behind these kinds of numbers that are lingering in the Census Bureau's reports. Look at the actual living conditions of the individuals that our government claims are poor.
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