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Friday, February 22, 2019

A Teachers Perspective

How To Help Your Kids Stay Safe at School

Fortunately, there are ways you can make sure your child stays safe at school. No Protection For My Child  WATCH OUR VIDEO   Take Action: At least once a week, use dinnertime to ask questions about your child’s day. What do you enjoy learning? Which class do you wish you didn’t have to take? What’s one thing you’re...

What is the best Potty Training

Getting your kid out of diapers can be totally intimidating. Easy Potty Training Here are useful tips to help you get your kid into underpants. Model good behavior. You’re already used to that not-going-pee-alone thing—so turn the lack of privacy into a teachable moment! Or, enlist a (probably eager) older sibling for demonstrations. Don’t make it traumatic. More...

What to do if your kids cant make friends

Throughout our evolutionary history, the ability to make friends has been a crucial survival skill. Here are some research-based tips to help kids make friends. Teach kids how to converse in a polite way Kids improve their status with peers after they’ve been trained in “active listening" (e.g., Bierman 1986). An active listener is someone who...

When Is My Kid Ready For Kindergarten?

Starting kindergarten is filled with many challenges for little children. Don't be surprised if one day your child announces, “I'm not going to kindergarten.” You will need to provide your child with support as she takes this huge developmental leap Here are some strategies that will ease her transition. 1. When he says he does not want...

How do I recognize behavioral children?

Every child faces emotional difficulties from time to time, as do adults. Rarely will a child under 5 years old receive a diagnosis of a serious behavioral disorder. However, they may begin displaying symptoms of a disorder that could be diagnosed later in childhood. These may include: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Symptoms:  having trouble focusing or concentrating...

After-School Restraint Collapse

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Why after-school restraint collapse happens At school, “Kids do what they need to in order to ‘be good’ or keep the peace,” “After they’ve done that all day, they get to the point where they just don’t have the energy to keep this restraint, and it feels like a big bubble that needs to burst.” Some...

How To Deal With School Bullies?

Bullies can make our lives difficult at any age even when you’re an adult—but you don’t have to sit by and take undeserved punishment from someone bigger, louder, or meaner than you. Here are a few approaches you can take. The first option is to ignore the bully. They’re attempting to upset you in an effort to...

Try internship or a recruitment agency The right Job Part3

It can give you a job quickly as expected. Internship This is particularly a good option if you're taking our suggestion from tip number four on board, and trying out some uncharted territory within the job market. If a position is unfamiliar, it's important you get a chance to try it out before you decide if it's...

5 Consequences for Bad Behavior

Steering kids away from behavior problems and toward making better choices in the future. Remember to balance consequences with incentives, or rewards.  Just as there should be consequences for bad behavior, there should also be a list of rewards for good or improved behavior. What to Put on a Consequences List No play dates with friends. School-age kids are developing...

Form yourself into a person with charisma Personality Part9

People who pay attention to their fellow human beings show their respect. Taking care of yourself means that others people will see you as someone who values themselves enough to devote time to maintaining balance and well-being. Eating healthy food, exercising on a regular basis, pampering yourself on occasion, and paying attention to your...
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