Emotional Development

Positive responses to I'm bored

10 Positive Responses to I’m bored!

Inside: 10 Positive responses to I’m Bored. Encourage your child to brainstorm out of their boredom. How to acknowledge your kids complain of I’m bored with positive responses! I’m Bored! is an announcement by kids all parents despise. And it’s so hard to believe they’re bored, because — they have so many toys and things …

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List of Simon Says Commands with Free Printable of Simon Says Ideas.

100 Simon says game commands And How To Play Simon Says Game

Simple Simon Says Games Commands, great for preschoolers and toddlers. Plus detailed instruction on how to play Simon says. Simon Says is a great game to play with toddlers and preschooler, I’ve seen 10 yr olds enjoy it a lot too. Simon Says Game has so many developmental benefits, plus helps kids with social skills …

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Learn the correct time out technique, plus 8 common time out mistakes parents make. Time Out Ideas for kids and for 2 year old children. It could be a time out chair or a time out corner, the main point is using the correct time out technique, so your child does not feel like it’s a punishment, but rather gets the most of time out benefits.

Correct Time Out Technique and Common Time Out Mistakes Parents Make.

Inside: Learn the correct time out technique and 8 common timeout mistakes parents make. Time Out Ideas for kids and for 2 year olds. It could be a time out chair or a time out corner, the main point is using the correct time out technique, so your child does not feel like it’s a punishment, …

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How often do you ask your baby or toddler “Why are you Crying?”

The (long) title of this post describes all that this post is about. The absence of the questions in your parenting life — “Why are you crying?” or “What makes you upset?”; and the importance of asking these questions to your babies and toodlers, and how it changes the relationship dynamics between you and your kids. Baby’s …

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