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Let’s face it – toddlers are difficult to deal with.
The time between ages two and three years is challenging. On the one hand, they realize they’re separate beings from your, their parents, and start developing language; on the other, they assert their independence but don’t understand the logic. This is why you often hear your toddlers yelling “ugh!! No oatmeal,” “no diaper,” “want iPad now!” It’s easy to lose your mind and resort to screams, threats or even bribes to Read more [...]
Choosing the right preschool for your child is important. After all, it’s their first steptowards a bright and brilliant future. While both Montessori and kindergarten aim to provide learning experiences for young children, thereare some key differences between the two. From teaching methods to classroom environments, everything plays a key role in shaping your child’s behaviour, personality and language development. If you’re crunched for time and need a little help to understand which education Read more [...]
Children find sharing difficult, especially the youngest ones as they are usually focussed on fulfilling their own needs. Teaching your child to share is an integral but challenging part of parenting. The skill of sharing needs to be taught, in the right ways. This blog outlines the most effective strategies to do just that.
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Simple Tips to Teach Your Kids to Share
You can educate your little ones to share with the help of the following tips.
Teaching your child to behave is a major part of parenting and requires a lot of time and patience. Not only is discipline important to their growth and development, but new and effective strategies will help you grow as a parent too.Consistently applying certain rules and regulations at home and in school will pave the way for your child to become a responsible adult. Resorting to corporal punishment is not the answer. In fact, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP),
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Child development involves all the changes that take place in your child physically, emotionally and in terms of their language and thought. This begins when they are born and continues until they reach adulthood. A child gradually becomes more independent during this time, eventually reducing its dependency on its parents or guardians. Many factors, such as prenatal events, their daily environment, the child’s learning capacity and their genetics influence this process. As you can guess, childhood Read more [...]