Toddler Time: 150 Easy Ways to Keep Them Busy, Safe & Happy

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Revell, Apr 15, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 170 pages
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Many parents struggle with accomplishing daily tasks due to the time and energy required in caring for young children. Melissa Bogdany has insightfully addressed this issue in Toddler Time. Harried parents will find easy, fun, and inexpensive ways to keep that little one out of trouble. The book is divided into two easy-to-use parts for parents without much prep-time: "Instant Ideas," and "Fifteen Minutes or Less." Both contain activities for inside the house, outside in the backyard, or all around town, even at the doctor's office. From noodle necklaces to yogurt finger paint to sidewalk art, each engaging activity helps toddlers learn skills while they're having fun, leaving parents free tackle their to-do lists. Busy moms (and dads) everywhere will appreciate Melissa's creative, resourceful, and valuable tips.

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Need to check this book out again when S is two+. Good craft ideas. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Whats Inside
13
Out and About
75
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Melissa Bogdany was managing editor of a national business trade magazine for eight years before becoming editor of Christian Retailing magazine. She decided to leave the corporate world when she became a mother, and she currently writes and edits from home while caring for her young daughter in Chuluota, Florida.

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