Top 3 Recommended Dinosaur books for kids aged 5-8 years as chosen by Raising Twins

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Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Are you ever amazed by a young child’s ability to rattle off dinosaur names such as Ankylosaurus, Brachiosaurus, and Pterodactyl? Something about these prehistoric animals captivates the imagination of many kids.

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Many kids go through phases of what researchers call “intense interests.” One of the most common one is dinosaurs! What’s so fascinating about these prehistoric creatures? Well, for starters, `it’s pretty mind-blowing that new species are still being discovered regularly. The awesomeness of dinosaurs as a children’s book topic is no secret. Dinosaurs are equally appealing in fiction and nonfiction titles. Plus, there are so many curriculum possibilities, including learning about classification, fossils, extinction, and more. There are TONS of dinosaur books for kids, so how do you choose? I have narrowed down this list of our favourites for you. You’ll find a mix of fiction and nonfiction books to delight and inform your young reader.

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Routine Vaccines/Immunization of children in India during Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic/lockdown.

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” In view of the risks associated with the disruption of routine immunization activities, the INDIAN ACADEMY OF PEADIATRIC Advisory Committee on Vaccines & Immunization Practices (ACVIP) recommends the continuation of routine immunizations, especially the primary vaccine doses, to be administered in the first year.”

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BOOK REVIEW:Coronavirus: A Book for Children Illustrated by Axel Scheffler

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Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Our lives have all been affected by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and things are still constantly changing worldwide. Besides adults having questions, your young children might also have questions, but don’t know how to ask or how to express feelings they might be having. Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW:Coronavirus: A Book for Children Illustrated by Axel Scheffler”