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Quizzes Related to Parenting

  1. Healthy Sleep Quiz: Are your kids getting enough sleep?

    Are your kids getting a good night's sleep? Take this quiz to see how much you know about kids and healthy sleep habits.

  2. Bottle-Feeding Myths and Facts

    Do you know your bottle-feeding basics? Test your smarts on formula, feeding, and more in this WebMD quiz.

  3. Quiz: Baby Colic and Gas

    Does your baby cry nonstop for hours at time. It could be colic -- or gas. Test your knowledge about these common complaints.

  4. Sugar and Kids

    Answer this question to learn more about sugar and hyperactivity.

  5. Quiz: Is My Toddler Typical?

    The toddler years can be trying! See what’s typical and what’s not. When should he be walking? When to start potty-training? And how to handle the terrible twos and tantrums with time-outs.

  6. Kids in Back Seat of Car

    Answer this question to learn more about kids and car safety.

  7. Quiz: Is My Newborn Typical?

    Take this quiz to see how much you know about newborns, rashes, diapering, feeding, and more.

  8. Quiz: Does Birth Order Affect Who You Are?

    Take this quiz to find out how your birth order may affect who you are.

  9. Parenting Quiz: Discipline Dos and Don’ts

    Too strict, or pushover parent? How good are you at doling out the discipline? Take our quiz and find out.

  10. Where should my child do homework?

    Answer this question to learn the best place for your child to do homework.

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