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Friday, November 20, 2009
Please take a short moment to help a very community-minded friend, Lou Monteleone, help others. Visit: http://social.macys.com/believe2009/#/tell-us-why-you-believe/339115.
Lou writes, "I recently submitted a short true story of an encounter I experienced with a little girl last year for Christmas. I would appreciate it if you could read my story and then give it a quick vote below. Feel free to spread the word and vote everyday if you could. If by chance the story should get the most votes, I would love to use the prize for some children less fortunate. If you could help I would really appreciate it. It’s a short read and won’t take much time.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Expert Offers Advice on How to Choose Age Appropriate and Safe Toys for Children During the Holidays
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, parents can help prevent toy-related injuries by purchasing age appropriate toys such as the following:
Zero to one year-olds explore with their eyes, hands and mouth.
- Crib gyms
- Floor activity centers
- Activity quilts
- Squeaky toys
- Soft dolls or stuffed animals
One to three year-olds climb, jump, walk, throw and play rough and tumble games.
- Soft blocks
- Large blocks
- Push and pull toys
- Pounding and shaping toys
Three to five year-olds like to use their imagination and have toys that are close companions.
- Nontoxic art supplies
- Pretend toys (e.g. play money, telephone)
- Teddy bears or dolls
- Outdoor toys (e.g. tricycle and a helmet)
Five to nine year-olds like to be challenged with complex games that teach specific skills and concepts.
- Arts and craft kits
- Jump ropes
- Action figures
- Miniature dolls
Nine to 14 year-olds develop lifelong skills, hobbies and enjoy team and individual sports.
-Handheld electronic games
- Board games
- Sports equipment with protective gear
- Model kits
- Musical instruments
*Excerpts taken from Hybrid Moms website at http://www.hybridmom.com/articles/live/parenting/expert-offers-advice-how-choose-age-appropriate-and-safe-toys-children-durin#comment-267. View the full article.