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As children grow, their world begins to open up. They become more independent and will want to explore. Interactions with family and friends will help shape their personality, ways of thinking, and moving.

Here’s advice to help nurture your child’s development and help build your relationship.

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Night Terrors and Nightmares

Night Terrors and Nightmares

November 30, 2014 by HealthyFamilies BC

Night terrors and nightmares are different. Here are some ways to tell them apart and ideas for helping your child.
Talking and Listening to Your Preschooler

Talking and Listening to Your Preschooler

November 30, 2014 by HealthyFamilies BC

Preschoolers suddenly want to chat to everybody about everything because they’re putting together their new language skills and boundless curiosity.
Preschooler Development: 3-4 years

Preschooler Development: 3-4 years

November 30, 2014 by HealthyFamilies BC

Preschoolers come in all shapes and sizes, but preschooler development at 3-4 years typically has a few things in common. Here’s what your preschooler might be doing.
Preschooler Development: 4-5 years

Preschooler Development: 4-5 years

November 30, 2014 by HealthyFamilies BC

Preschoolers come in all shapes and sizes, but preschooler development at 4-5 years typically has a few things in common. Here’s what your preschooler might be doing.

Building Good Family Relationships

November 30, 2014 by HealthyFamilies BC

Good family relationships help your child feel secure and loved. This is what children need to learn and grow.

Family Routines

November 30, 2014 by HealthyFamilies BC

Some routine is helpful for all families. It helps you get through the things that need to be done each day, and can also build your family bonds. A good routine caters to the needs of all family members.
Sodium and Kids

Sodium and Kids

August 6, 2013 by HealthyFamilies BC

Being concerned about sodium is just as important for kids as it is for adults. Just like adults, kids can develop a taste and preference for salty foods high in sodium.

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