Written by Britt Lynn Skating is a great exercise… According to the experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, skating is an envigorating activity that works on almost every muscle group in the body. Roller skates use synchronization of movement to facilitate the flexibility of joints. Skating is an excellent cardio exercise that . . .
Tooth decay... Yuck! Studies showed that 1 out of 5 toddlers have tooth decay, maybe because kids are not big on brushing their teeth! Because they love eating ice cream, candies, cakes, and cereals, toddlers must brush their teeth twice a day. Doing so prevents the development of plaque—a combination of . . .
Who doesn't love a bouncy house? When attending parties or visiting carnivals, kids get fascinated with bounce houses. The idea of jumping and running around is exciting. Even adults do get the thrill sometimes. Nowadays, bounce houses are regularly present at children's parties. Some parents buy them for recreational activity in . . .