As children gradually grow, they learn to recognize and understand a particular situation and emotions related to it. They learn the difference between anger and frustration and put words to explain what they are feeling inside. Children must learn to recognize what’s going on in their mind and what they feel inside their heart. This proper equilibrium will help children in dealing with different situations. Click to read more on …Continue
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One of the hardest things about child care is keeping your cool, especially when your child is on the floor having a screaming fit. Of course these are the things that try a parent’s patience the most but there are also 5 things that can do to help you keep the situation from progressing. …
As a parent you can probably feel confused over deciding what the best diet is for your toddler and in what quantities. In this modernized world it is so hard to pick the correct kind of foods for your child. What would work for other kids might cause an allergic reaction to your toddler. However, the point is ensuring your child gets the best nutrition. You can Read more about this on …
Added by Lynda Way on January 13, 2014 at 1:34am — No Comments
The making of New Year’s “resolutions” has been a time old tradition for many. Most families start doing it when children are young and then when they grow up and have kids of their own they too do their resolutions. The great thing about making resolutions is that they can be for anyone and they can involve anything. You can read more about this on Kids New Year's…
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Christmas parties are a wonderful way to help your child celebrate the holiday season. Planning a great Christmas party is easy, if you keep a few things in mind. Here are some tips to help you plan a memorable Christmas party for your child.
Added by Lynda Way on December 24, 2013 at 5:14am — No Comments
Shifting from preschool to kindergarten can be disturbing for some parents. You’ll want to make sure that your child is ready to make this transition before enrolling him.
‘How do I know if my child is ready for Kindergarten?’ this would be you first question with yourself on this occasion.
As no two children are the same, no child’s aptitude will be measured against that of another. There is no formula, no chart; there is, however, a set of guiding principles…Continue
Added by Lynda Way on November 20, 2013 at 6:49am — No Comments
Change is difficult for everyone. Whether you are starting at a new school or moving across the country, it’s natural to be apprehensive about what is ahead. Preschoolers starting school for the first time have the same fears.
From dealing with worries about using unfamiliar toilets to fears about a scary poster in a classroom, parents may need to use one or more of the following strategies to ease their little ones' fears:
Visit the school ahead of time. One of the…Continue
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