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Good Baby Websites

Posted by Dancey (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 8, 04 at 18:02

Here is a baby website that I enjoy.

www.babycenter.com They have a lot of good information there about babies from infancy to older.

Dancey


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RE: Good Baby Websites

Dancy,
I found a site today that is good for kids of all ages. It has lots of crafty things & learning activities. We printed out some "shape" pages that Dessie could practice cutting out. There's painting online or you can print them out. Also little books you could print out and make.
Tons & tons of things to do there, check it out!

EnchantedLearning.com

Deb


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Deb that is a real neat website. I saved it to my favorites for Aeryn. She is going to love it! Right now she is enjoying Kneebouncers.com She can punch any key on the keyboard and something cute will pop up on screen. She loves the sounds of the train, car, and tractor too. ;) It seems so funny to see such a tiny little girl sitting at my computer playing!!!

Dancey


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RE: More fun Websites!

Another cute website for kids is:
www.pbskids.org


Dancey


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Oh yeah, good ole pbs...very familiar with that one. Dessie is 3 now and she has an old puter of ours. We have a couple of sites that she is allowed to get on when she wants and that is one of them. She also has alot of games and learning activity games that she uses. I'm amazed at how fast she learned to use the mouse and do the double clicking, the click & drag to make it all work. But it sure will be easier for her when she get's to school.

Deb


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