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No-Bake Chocolate Cookies, Quick Dessert

Chocolate is a safe bet for children's dessert, but that doesn't mean we have to make calorie-laden sweets. There are children's recipes like these no-bake chocolate cookies that are light and healthy. Recipes for children like these chocolate cookies have other advantages, as Zuzana Pinilla, from & 39; Beyond gluten & 39; recounted.
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Creative memory game to help children overcome their fears

Children go through several evolutionary stages during the growth process and during this process they develop different types of emotions from which to learn. One of the emotions that is most present throughout life is the well-known FEAR. Not knowing how to manage it properly can hurt and influence the child's way of relating and being happy.
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Learn to write. How to initiate children in writing

Technological advances lead us to write less by hand every day and more with the mobile, the computer or the tablet. In any case, writing and reading remain a basic learning for every human being. It is a way to transmit, exchange ideas, express what we feel or communicate.
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Peach and gooseberry star. Christmas desserts

To present an original and appetizing Christmas dessert you don't need to complicate yourself in the kitchen. With peach, currants and cream you can prepare a dessert in the shape of a Christmas star. Prepare this fun recipe with the children, they will surely love to put the cream and decorate this dessert to present it as a surprise at Christmas dinner.
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How to foster the value of gratitude in children

When we teach children good manners, we always remind them to say 'thank you'. However, being grateful is much more than that, it is not only about children thanking them when someone says something nice to them, or we give them something or they simply have a toy.
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Origami, how to make a sailboat out of paper

Make a simple sailboat out of origami. Origami is a Japanese art that helps stimulate concentration, manual dexterity and creativity in children. Follow this simple video tutorial step by step to learn how to make paper figures to play and enjoy doing crafts with children.
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