To raise great kids with strong values we need to connect with our children, teach them little and big lessons, pay attention, and show by example. This plays a vital part in helping build strong character and emotional intelligence in kids.
Your child is screaming and people are staring. How you do stop a meltdown, keep your child calm, and stay calm yourself? Here’s what you can do to prevent and handle toddler tantrums in public.
When kids hear “no” often, they don’t want to be friends with their parents. “No” a form of rejection, and who likes those who reject them? There are better, positive ways to talk to kids.
When siblings fight, no-one is happy. Take a look at how to help kids stop fighting and get along. This is a step by step guide for parents and caretakers. Mom and dad have a lot of power when mediating sibling rivalry and disputes.
How to teach kids that words matter using this brilliant analogy. Children need to learn the power of words, and with this clever lesson, they will understand the wisdom behind the visual. Use this inspirational activity with your kids the next time siblings are mean to each other.
Ask these questions to help improve your kids’ social and cognitive skills. They’re great for the whole family: preschoolers, school-aged kids, teens, and adults alike. Use them to bond with family and get to know your children better.