Identifying and Addressing Mental Health Issues in Children Aged 3 to 8
Children who experience persistent unhappiness or nervousness, difficulty sleeping or eating, and academic difficulties may be showing signs of mental health issues.
How to Keep Kids Stylish Despite Your Busy Schedule
Moms are now quite busy, since there are a multitude of tasks to do. However, you must discover strategies to keep your youngster amused and healthy. You may help your children feel good about themselves with fashionable attire.
Women Are Not the Only Ones Who Can Nurture and Parent Children With Special Needs.
A recent UNICEF report in 2021 highlights there are more than 240 million disabled children worldwide. According to the survey, children with impairments are at a disadvantage when compared to kids without disabilities on the majority of child well-being indicators.
5 Major Problems a Child Can Face While Watching Cartoons All Day
The effect of watching cartoons all day is an emerging area and parents are concerned about it. Children who watch cartoons all day may suffer from five major problems, such as physical and mental health, as discussed in the article.
Controlling Your Teenage Child's Anger
Teenagers are most likely to lash out when confronted with difficult situations. Anger management for teen children may be necessary if a teen's behaviour begins to escalate. When you're angry, you have a lot of power. If not handled properly, anger can lead to harmful behaviours and emotions.
How to Build Your Kids' Imagination Brick by Brick?
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How to Raise Sneaky Kids: Be Overly Controlling and Don’t Trust Them.
The way I was raised and the way I raised my kids were two very different experiences.
Your Child Was Diagnosed With Special Needs: Now What?
It is official. Your little one has special needs. Well, now what? Learn what to do after your child is diagnosed.
Podcasts and New Book Series From Sesame Street For Our Little Ones
Technology for young children has continued to evolve and now can add podcasts to learning tools for all fans of Sesame Street. Parents will be delighted with the theme of getting kids to wind down before bedtime. It can be difficult to get our kids to go to bed. Sesame Street has the answer.
Goodnight, Astronaut from Scott Kelly Will Delight Young Readers as They Prepare for Bed
Fans of the classic Goodnight Moon will be delighted with the new bedtime story from astronaut Scott Kelly with his adventures as an astronaut and told in the genre of the favorite classic. Goodnight Astronaut will engage young readers as a new favorite bedtime story.
Yoga Poses With the Animals from National Geographic Kids Books
Healthy kids need exercise and yoga is becoming a popular exercise with many studios popping up for kids to practice yoga. How about learning some poses like the poses of some favorite animals? National Geographic Kids Books presents an intriguing picture book to introduce kids to yoga.
The Importance of Playing with Creative and Imaginative Play Materials for Children
Play is what children enjoy the most. For them play is work. Play fosters total development and should be integrated into everything children do.
13 Educational but Fun Toddler Learning Toys to Get
If adult digital devices are not your thing, get your child these fun and smart toddler learning toys!
8 Free Online Preschoolers Games That Are Educational and Fun
A compiled list of educational toddler games that are available online.
Why Engagement With Nature Is Important for Children
Children today who mostly grow up in busy, crowded cities have limited or no access to nature which is in itself a disadvantage as there is a lot that they can learn from nature. All children should grow up amidst the magical wonders of nature. They can discover many interesting, wonderful things.
The Smart Way of Teaching Valuable Life Lessons to Your Kids.....using the Smartphone and no, We Are Not Googling
Life lessons are tough to impart to kids. But, what if there is an easier way and what if it involves the smartphone. Read on to find out......
How to Maximize the Benefit of Reading With Your Children
This article will share strategies that teachers use to help children get the most out of reading. Parents can easily use these strategies at home when they listen to their children read or read to them.
Why It's Never Too Early To Introduce Educational Toys
While it’s easy to think that playtime is just a chance for kids to have a bit of fun — it’s actually also a really important part of their education. Introducing educational toys to kids at a young age is a crucial part of this process.
How to Decide Whether to Send Your Kid to Physical School During A Pandemic
A teacher advises: Ask your school these questions. Schools are accountable and should have plans for all of the possibilities during a pandemic.
How I Got My Fussy Toddler to Eat (Almost) Anything
When my not-picky baby turned into a choosy toddler, I developed the Three Foods Method to get him to try any food. I now have a choosy but open-minded grade schooler who eats almost anything.
How to Help Your Child Gobble Up Books and Love Reading
Sitting across the conference table from parents eager to help their young first or second grader learn to read, I often tell parents that fostering a love of reading is about 90% of the battle! First, let’s start with a question: What is reading? It is basically the overlearning of repeated word
Common Causes of Child Abuse
Millions of children are subjected to child abuse every year. There are many reasons why a child gets subjected to abuse. In this article, we are mainly going to target the common causes of child abuse and why grownups feel inclined to put their hands on innocent and unsuspecting children.
Safe Vs Unsafe Touch: A Critical Review
A safe touch and an unsafe touch is an extremely sensitive topic for every parent today. They refrain from discussing it with their wards. But this thinking can prove harmful. We must teach children to tackle such unpleasant situations. It's the foremost duty of all guardians and teachers.
CDA Competency Statement I "to Establish and Maintain a Safe, Healthy Learning Environment."
An Example for the Child Development Associate Competency Statement I "To Establish and Maintain a safe, healthy learning environment." In accordance with the child development standards by the CDA Council.
Duties of Parents Toward Children While Growing Up To Make Them Confident, Happy And Successful.
Parenting is a very tender duty and people need to careful while growing children.