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Potty Trained Regression

What to Do When Your Potty-trained Child Suddenly Isn’t Understanding regression — and what to do So, you thought your child was potty trained. While you may feel disappointed or even frustrated, it is very common for children to go back to having accidents — temporarily. Having intermitt ...

Learning through purposeful play – The new age learning

 Sharad Bhatia    June 7, 2017     Learning through purposeful play can help pre-schoolers reach goals and standards in ways that a standard curriculum can only hope to do. Structured and purposeful play is a medium of instruction on its own. As the quote ...

Unstructured play is vital for kids; Stop entertaining them

Unstructured Play

Unstructured play is vital for kids; Stop entertaining them It was free and unplanned and spontaneous and, more often than not, something that took place outside. My 18-month younger sister and me; – along with all our friends on the street – climbed trees and rode bikes and had snowball fights. ...

Boundaries, Routines And Early Bedtimes: 13 Habits That Raise Well-Adjusted Kids

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Parenting can be intimidating and stressful, especially after constantly hearing and reading about how entitled, narcissistic, and lazy kids are these days. Is there any hope of raising good kids in today’s environment? Parenting can be intimidating and stressful, especially after constantly heari ...

How to Support Listening and Attention Skills

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How to Support Listening and Attention Skills 1. Watching a film at home is an enjoyable way to develop listening skills. Break it down intochunks, such as 30 minutes each day. You could ask your little one a couple of questionsafterwards, such as what they thought about a character or what they hav ...

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