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Hake Cake. Fish recipe for kids

Fish cakes are a good reference for children who are more reluctant to fish. Its texture and appearance are more reminiscent of a sweet dessert than a fish, which children often appreciate.This hake cake is a recipe that is easy and comfortable to prepare, because you can use directly frozen hake fillets, which It is perfect if we have not planned to defrost anything to eat before.
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Cous cous or chicken and vegetable couscous for children

Cous cous or couscous is a durum wheat semolina and one of the most popular and versatile Arabic dishes, as it combines with all kinds of meats and vegetables. Originally from Morocco and Algeria, it is a food widely used as a main dish or accompaniment, because it lends itself to many different combinations, like this chicken and vegetable couscous for children.
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Mindful eating: mindful eating for kids

Mindful eating is the name given to the diet that is not diet, since it consists of eating with total control of the situation, in a conscious way, and responding in a moderate way to the physiological signals of the body, knowing how to stop when they have satiated. For adults it is easy to understand, not to apply, the concept of eating with conscience, but for children it may not be so, especially if with the beginning of complementary feeding we stop respecting its signals.
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Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus, The

Story Centuries before the story in the movie begins, Dr Parnassus (Christopher Plummer) wins a bet with the devil (Tom Waits). As a reward, Dr Parnassus is given immortality. This suits him until he falls in love with a beautiful young woman. To win her heart, he makes another bet with the devil and is given youth in return for any child he and his love might have.
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Learning about emotions: activity for children 3-6 years

Learning about emotions: why it's good for children Your child will be happier and cope better with problems if she knows how to recognise and understand her own emotions. When your child can recognise, understand and talk about strong emotions like excitement, frustration, anger or disappointment, he's less likely to express these emotions through challenging behaviour, like tantrums.
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Medicines that can poison children

How to avoid child poisoning from medicines Poisoning often happens when medicine is left within reach. The best way to avoid poisoning from medicines is to never leave medicines where children can get them . And it's essential to lock medicines away in a child-resistant cupboard when you're not using them.
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