When kids are loud, noisy, and won’t settle down, use this trick to get them to talk quieter. This parenting hack works like a dream, even on toddlers. Instead of raising your voice, use this tip to easily get your kids to lower their voice.
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.
If you feel guilty after yelling at your kids, there’s something you can do. Here is a step by step plan action after you yell at your kids. These steps are crucial in making things right again.
Raising responsible children is a big part of teaching them independence. Here are 17 steps for teaching kids responsibility.
We know the importance of spending one on one time with kids, but how do we do it regularly as busy parents? How do moms and dads make sure that each child gets undivided, individual attention when there are multiple kids in the family? Get answers and a free printable in this post.
Kids slam doors when they’re in a hurry and excited, or when they’re angry. When asking them to gently close the door over and over again isn’t working, try this simple trick to teach them to stop slamming the door.
Here’s what you can do to help your upset child calm down. How to comfort him and help him diffuse and regulate his big emotions. If your child is angry, anxious or upset, the ideas in this article will help you teach her to calm down.
How do you know when your baby is too cold or too hot? Use this one trick to check if your baby is comfortable. Read for tips on how to dress your baby in the winter and the summer. Includes a free floral nursery wall art printable.
Whether routines are your cup of tea or you want to run far, far away, routines are a vital part of childhood development. Here’s why routines are important for kids, plus dos and don’ts of implementing a new routine.
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.