As a parent, it’s often easy to let your kids eat what they want. After all, they’re your babies and you want to keep them happy. However, most often than not, they don’t want healthy snacks or meals which can lack the nutritious value they need. Here are ten signs parents of nutritional deficiencies parents need to look for in their children, per Weed ‘Em And Weep’s blog.
It’s impossible that your kids will make friends with everyone they meet, however, you can encourage them to be kind. Lolli from FoodFunFamily, shares seven simple ways you can teach your kids to be kind whether they’re naturally nice or need “training” towards it.
There’s no doubt that raising a child requires discipline, but too much of it can be more hurtful than we may imagine. This chart below gives you five simple steps in how to raise your child while disciplining less. By following these steps, your child will be happier, more successful and cooperative.
Funbrain, created for kids ages preschool through eighth grade, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy all for free. Kids can also read a variety of popular books and comics on the site, including Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.
By Jayne Clare (edutopia.org)
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the cornerstone of emotional intelligence, as these abilities do not come naturally for some special education students. Children in special ed settings need to have their confidence, courage, and emotional awareness nurtured in order to successfully play, work, cooperate, and be productive in their studies.
Researchers surveyed 70 parents of children ages 8 to 18 with autism. They found that having any kind of pet at home may increase a child’s assertiveness in social situations and their ability to make introductions and ask questions. Carlisle, the study’s author, says parents linked dog ownership to responsibility, companionship and stress relief.
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Shakira has urged global leaders to invest heavily in early childhood development in the wake of new science that is creating a revolutionary shift in our understanding of the lasting effects of deprivation and stress on the developing brains of young children.
لەسەر بنەماى چارەسەر- منداڵان لەگەڵ پەشێوى دڵەراوکێی دواى تاسان PTSD لە رێگاى سەرکەشى یارمەتى دەدۆزنەوە
هاوكارى كردنى منداڵ بۆ رووبەروبوونەوەى پەشێوى دڵەراوکێی دواى تاسان و نيشانەكانى – دڵەڕاوكێى زۆر، مەزاجێكى خێرا، كشانەوە، وە گرفتەکانى خەوتن –تا ڕادەيەك ئەمە بوارێکى نوێيە. ئەو بابەتە بوونى نەبوو تاکو ساڵى ١٩٨٧ كە كۆمەڵگەى پزيشكى بە
Individuals of all ages and all abilities can benefit from music therapy. Previously, music therapy has been used to support emotional, cognitive and social development in many populations. Music therapy may help to promote wellness by managing stress, enhancing memory, and improving communication.
Creative art activities can help children in all areas of development. Child care providers should plan creative activities with the child’s overall development in mind. Here are some ways that art activities can support young children’s development.