How to Deal with Preschool Temper Tantrums
As parents of preschoolers or one who spends time with them, you may be at a loss for how to deal with preschool temper tantrums. Using the following ideas may give you the tools you need to deal with temper tantrums effectively and have a better behaved child, too.
Why do preschoolers have temper tantrums in the first place? You expect toddlers to... [Read more of this review]
How To Help Your Toddler With Separation Anxiety
Separation anxiety can be hard on toddlers and parents alike. There are some steps you can take to minimize the anxiety.
1. Prepare your toddler
While your toddler can not have an adult-level conversation with you, he can probably understand more than you think. Using simple, frank words, talk to him about where you’re going and what will be... [Read more of this review]
The Importance of Setting Limits for Preschoolers
As much as some moms and dads would like to think so, there simply aren’t any perfect parents. And, try as you might like, it’s nearly impossible to be a good parent without training and discipline. Limits are one form of discipline (or teaching) and it’s helpful to know the importance of setting limits for children.
Parents often set limits... [Read more of this review]
Learning To Share Fun Park Game
Introduce preschoolers to the concept of sharing and fair play with this fun game. In the Noodleboro Fun Park game, kids visit the Ferris wheel, Log Flume, Circus, and more to earn sharing stars for the group. An audio CD and a storybook enhance game play.
This game for kids ages 4 and older uses a carnival to teach the concept of sharing with others.... [Read more of this review]
Preventing Nature Deficit Disorder
If your child gives you a glazed look when you suggest taking a walk in the yard or to the park to enjoy the outdoors he may have “nature deficit disorder.” Author Richard Louv coined this phrase in his 2005 book Last Child in the Woods. What Louv was referring to was the reality that kids today have a declining interest in things that our natural. ... [Read more of this review]
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