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by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   September 12   |   0 Comments
As parents, we worry about a lot of things. There are the big issues, like making sure your children are healthy and safe, paying all the bills, and ensuring that the kids are getting a good education. Then there are the everyday challenges of organizing a household, like getting everyone where they need to be on time, doing the laundry, and cooking dinner while helping with homework.

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   September 12   |   0 Comments
As summer winds down and you find yourself shopping for wide-ruled notebooks, squeezing in annual school physicals and searching for the perfect backpack, your preschooler or kindergartner may be getting antsy. The transition to being a BIG kid who goes to school can be stressful for younger kids.

If moms and dads and others want to help ease their child’s fears about school—or perhaps their own!—play can be an effective way to get everyone in the family to relax and look forward to what’s coming. For many children, it’s the first big transition they will remember for the rest of their lives.


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