Open ended toys

10 Best Open Ended Toys to boost Problem Solving and Creative Thinking!

Inside: Recommendations for 10 Open-ended toys which are also Montessori toys and simple toys for toddlers. These toys also function as problem solving toys and creative thinking toys. Benefits of open ended toys and simple toys for toddlers are innumerable – they are not age constrained and are great to stimulate any child’s creativity, imagination, problem-solving skills, …

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How to Practice Delayed Gratification with your Kids; so that they can learn to control their impulse desires. #parenting #kidsdiscipline

How to practice delayed gratification with kids.

Inside: Where, Why and How to practice delayed gratification for kids, so it becomes their lifestyle and they learn to control their own impulses, and make better decisions as adults! There has been a lot of talk about delayed gratification these days; and how if we don’t practice delayed gratification our kids start feeling they’re “entitled …

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Don't intervene when kids especially siblings yell NO at each other. Because they're learning healthy boundaries, and more importantly learning "NO means NO".

3 MIN READ: Why I don’t intervene when my kids yell NO at each other.

Inside: A very important life lesson for your older child and one for you, on why not to intervene when your kids yell no at each other. I’ve talked in great details about why my and your toddler loves to say “Noooo” loudly and all the time, in an article a couple weeks ago — …

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First Road Safety Lesson - Train you child's mind to listen for cars as soon as they are babies, so they never disobey this rule!

3 MIN READ: Train your child’s mind to “Listen for Cars” for Road Safety!

Inside: Teach your kids to learn to listen for cars, so they can wait for them to pass; aka first road safety lesson! Playing safely outdoors is one of the major fears parents have, because of which kids don’t play outside of the houses much anymore. I totally get that fear. So, I have a simple …

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ask this question to kids to help them develop their language.

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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