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Helping Kids In Transition To Kindergarten

Progressing to kindergarten can be a starting time for some small kids. Regardless of whether they've gone to preschool or remained at home with a family member or guardian, all prospective kindergarteners are at any rate somewhat terrified of the obscure. As a teacher, you can assist families with setting up their kids for kindergarten by guaranteeing that they comprehend what abilities young kids ought to have when they step into kindergarten and how they can urge children to acquire and rehearse those abilities. There are some ways to help children to adjust the transition to kindergarten. 1. Over the mid-year, practice some exercises your little one will be doing in the classroom, such as the shape of different objects, holding a pencil and scrubbing the eraser over the paper, etc. 2. Help your child in getting dressed himself or herself. Serve them breakfast and do not indulge in feeding make sure he/she eat by self. 3. Find some of your kid's new classmates. If you find t
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Healthy Food for Growing Kids

Between the ages of two and 12, children grow fast and need essential protein, minerals, and vitamins in food as these are critical to their growth and development. Your children don't need to take supplements if these essential growth elements are provided with food. These nutrients are present in grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy, and protein foods. Here we are providing you the list of 7 important foods for the healthy growth of your children. 1. Eggs  Since eggs are rich in protein and vitamins, they contribute a lot to children's healthy growth and development. Eggs are easily available in the market to fulfill the need for protein, choline, and essential fatty acids in children.  2. Milk  Milk is a good source of calcium and phosphorous, which gives strength to bones and muscles. Serve cow milk if, it is available in your locality. If your child shows tantrums to take milk, serve milk with cereal or cookies, or blend with fruits. 3. Fish Fish contains high amounts of omeg

Helping a Grieving Parent

Motherhood and fatherhood are the most precious and lovely things on the earth for parents. When they lost their child their grief is unfathomable. It becomes very difficult to cope who have lost their children. Here we are providing some helpful tips that you can apply and help the parents overcome their grief. 1. Show Up & Listen People fear they will say the wrong thing or make the grieving person cry. Simply showing up and listening is required.  2. Offer Help Assist grieving parents such as yard work, cooking or baking, taking out the garbage, grocery shopping, etc. 3. Plan For A Religious Trip Religious visits give people a chance to withdraw all their grief. It helps the person restart his life with positive energy. 4. Plan Some Activities The activities could be reading a poem, lighting a candle, praying, releasing balloons, planting a tree or potted plant, among other things. 5. Share Your Grief  Sharing your grief can help parents to overcome the trauma and tragedy they h

How To Deal With Home Schooling

With the closure of schools, most of the parents have started parenting and educating children together. Of course, teachers are teaching online and putting in their best. But without parents and children's effort, homes schooling is not effective the way it ought to. We are giving you some tips. That will help you to adjust to homeschooling. 1. Reduce your expectations to a level that justifies a worldwide pandemic. It is difficult to be a parent, a teacher, and a psychologist for your children. As these are three different jobs, you cannot do all the jobs perfectly. But the situation demands all you have to do. Believe in yourself that you are doing well. 2. It is okay if you do not get stuck to the schedule. There is no harm in making then scheduling the plan. But it's different from 8 hours of schooling. Perhaps, you want to do more in less time. If you fail to maintain schedules, reschedule your plan according to the availability of time. 3. Teach critical social-emotional

Smacking Vs. Peaceful Parenting

Smacking appears as though it is a simple method to mend children's way. It seems to work when they get a smack. Smacking is not an appreciable decision to make your child a disciplined one. Children don't find scope to develop self-confidence.  Parents often think that when they were kids they used to get hit by parents. They apply the same with their kids. The parenting style may look like effective one, but in the long run it will only spoil your relationship with kids.  Do parents need to realize that when they used to get smacked do they feel happy? certainly not. Parents choose to beat children because this is the easiest way to handle kids. Remember, this is not the only way to teach a lesson. Peaceful parenting is a much better parenting style than smacking. Here we are providing you some tips for peaceful parenting. Tips To Peaceful Parenting   1. Maintain Self-control  Never lose your control. If you lose your self-control how can you help your children to control em

Developing Leadership Skills In Children

Children are born with leadership qualities. In some children, it is visible, while in some often buried under the parent's expectations and peer pressure. Research says every child can be a leader because they all have what we call leadership quality. The children who seem to be followers than leaders can nurture to become a leader. Here we are helping you to develop the leadership quality in children. Your child needs to take care few basic things. 1. Communication Skills Whenever you take your children along with you, let your child speak on behalf of you.  For example, if you travel, let your child deal with the manager, receptionist, and housekeeping staff. Your child would learn effective communication and get the confidence. 2. Teamwork The best way to learn teamwork in children is to encourage them for sports. When they play for a team, they collaborate. They discuss the opponent's strategies and their strategic plan to win. If they lead the team, they can lead an organ

Divorce or Separation Effect on Children

After dragging the marriage for so many years, when parents figure it out to call it off for good and file a divorce in court. The children are the ones who are likely to bear the consequences most. It is like the world has completely turned around and things can never be the same after the divorce. Let's find out the emotional and psychological changes and their effects on children. 1. Apprehension About Being Abandoned Being left alone is the biggest fear of children. They might feel that their parents no longer love them. Children may become depressed and aloof thinking about that. 2. Insecurity Kids can turn out to be uncertain about the future. Mother and father will be fighting over kids' responsibilities. Children might show their trouble by acting mischievously or pulling out into themselves. 3. Chaotic Frame Of Mind At times, divorce makes them helpless. Thinking about their parents' separation they get disturbed. In a chaotic frame of mind, they don't know wha