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Parents Stuggle To Play With Children

Permalink 21/11/10 08:35, by Tikal, Categories: Babies, Learning Play, ToucanLearn, Child Development , Tags: babies, palying, pampers, toucanlearn

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Recent research has stated that over 60% of parents find it hard to play with their children and struggle to play with them in new and exciting ways.  In today's busy life, with work, commitments, dates, appointments, some parents even forgo playing with their children at all in order to do other things!

The research was carried out by Pampers, and it found that over half of the population would like to spend more time playing with their children but that other commitments get in the way.

Play doesn't have to be clever, or expensive or use special equipment or take hours to prepare.  It is simple, it is easy and it can be the best thing in the world for both baby and parent.

ToucanLearn is full of ideas and inspiration for play for babies, toddlers and pre-school children up to age five.  It is so easy to use, and has some great ways to entertain you and your baby.  Take a closer look at ToucanLearn and join for free at www.ToucanLearn.com.  Don't be one of those parents who don't know how to play with your baby, seek inspiration from ToucanLearn.

 



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