Use a simple reward system. A colorful sticker after every successful brushing session is a great incentive.
Mornings can be tough with kids. Try taking 5-10 min with your 2-year-old when he first wakes up to snuggle and talk quietly about the day
Establish a place for art supplies early on, that is both easily accessible and neat.
If you have moved or your child is moving up to a new school, call and find out when you can come in and tour the school. Everyone will breathe easier if they know where they are going the first day.
At the beach, if your child is using inflatables, make sure they are being supervised. The inflatable should also be secured to the shoreline, ideally held by an adult. Remember, an inflatable can be easily blown away from the shore even with a slight breeze.
Being outside helps children grow and develop – physically, socially, and emotionally.
It may also help them avoid childhood obesity, and give them the chance to burn some of that extra energy from being indoors and inactive.
Being shy can also be a normal personality variation. It is best to not push your child. Instead let him slowly adjust to new people and new situations.
When choosing a school explore all of your options, regardless of what you think your final decision will be. You may be surprised at what you learn.
Preschoolers are heavily influenced by what they see. It’s important to actively supervise what your child is exposed to on television and in the real world.
Around the time he turns 2, your toddler will start to actively reach out to other children. But as with any other skill, he learns how to socialize with others by trial and error.
Although quite common, Anxiety Disorders in children often are overlooked or misjudged, despite them being very treatable conditions with good, persistent medical care.
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