Thanks for this comment. I just changed the link to an AAP source.
Nice, I’ll have to check them out!
I am so sorry.
Ha. It certainly does apply.
Yeah! And their answers can change every time.
Yes, I used to have two accounts and would switch back and forth regularly. Here’s how to set that up, via Instagram.
This is valid and I thank you for pointing it out.
Oh yes, excellent hack.
The Post-Its aren’t about reading. (Getting the exact word right isn’t the point!) If the word is “quilt” and they say “blanket,” they’re still getting the idea of looking for clues to predict what will happen next.
Yep, if any tip feels like work, skip it! Pick what feels like you’re following their natural curiosity.
The video is geared for kids in kindergarten through second grade, but I think you can start asking “what do you think this story will be about?” as soon as they’re able to associate pictures with words.
I felt the same way.
Thank you! I’m really glad this helps.
You’re saying you don’t need one?
Yeah! Or maybe (shhhhhhhhh) open an old stuffed animal that your kid has forgotten about.
Yes, to fly internationally, a kid must have a U.S. passport. For domestic flights, check the policies of your airline.
Thanks for the heads up. I’ve removed that line.
I would say that counts!
A noise machine app, dog waste bags (for tying up dirty diapers), and something for them to suck on (bottle, paci or boob) during takeoff and landing.