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    Lego Toys are getting more Violent! Seriously?

    A fascinating report from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand claims that Lego toys have become significantly violent over time, and are not as innocent as they used to be. The study took into consideration the number of Lego sets produced since 1978, the first year a sword, a halberd and a lance – fairly tame […]

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      Enjoy the Little Things Everyday: Where to Look for Happiness in Your Life

      As a parent, you are probably busier than you have ever been in your entire life. You’ve probably got a job that takes you from your home 40 hours a week, you’ve got errands to run, a home to clean, timings to make, children to drive around: swimming lessons, football practice, music lessons. The list […]

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        Why Giving is Better than Receiving: A Guide to Teaching Children about Generosity

        Our children are barely walking when we start to say things like “be nice” and “share” to them. There’s something very familiar, and funny, about a group of parents trying to correct babies playing together. We correct babies and young toddlers because of the watching eyes and the expectation that your child needs to be […]

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          50 Inspirational Quotes for Kids

          Finding the right words to inspire your children can be difficult but don’t worry, imagiPLAY has you covered. We’ve collated 50 inspirational quotes for kids that will surely inspire your young ones. Check them out…    “We know what we are but know not what we may be.” –  Shakespeare “Wheresoever you go, go with all […]

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            Teach Your Child to Be Organized

            Have you seen those parenting cartoons by Brian Gordon? He tells some of the funniest parenting stories with his cartoon duck family. He touches on every subject and every thorn in a parent’s side, including the lack of organization that children are innately born with. It’s painful sometimes, we know. But the good news is […]

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              How To Raise a Genius – Guaranteed!

              The first years of a child’s life are the most fun and exciting to watch and foster. The field in which we work to study and foster that growth is called early childhood education. Early childhood is the period of life from infancy through to age eight. There have been many programs and countless philosophies […]

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                The Benefits of Toy Blocks For Kids

                In a world full of iPads, touch screen mobile phones and so called advanced electronic games, the simplest toys can sometimes be overlooked. Think back to your own childhood and you are likely to remember playing with many toys and building blocks will probably feature quite highly in the memory banks. There are a number […]

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                  Activities To Help Siblings Get Along

                  Everyone told you that when you have a second child, the first child will be happier because they will have someone to play with all the time. That sounds like logical advice, except what these other parents aren’t telling you is that sibling rivalry is real and children often spend hours fighting and arguing. Sure, […]

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                    Twenty Ways to Make Your Child Laugh!

                    One of the best parts about being a parent is getting to hear your child giggle uncontrollably at the world around them. It is one of the best sounds on the planet, especially when you take the time to notice the laughter and soak in the memories of the moment. Children see things in a […]

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                      Are Smartphones Disconnecting Your Family?

                      More than ever, families are thinking about what’s really important to them. With everything that is happening in the world these days and our inability to turn it off, we can’t help but find ourselves wondering about what’s really important? How can we keep our children safe? How can we stay connected? It seems logical […]

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