When kids feel heard, they know how to listen to their inner voice and to others in an all-encompassing perspective.
Instead of solving kids problems, hold space for them. Teach them how powerful it is to be accountable for all of their actions.
Sibling harmony is a delicate sand castle. There one minute, swept away in a wave of tears the next. By allowing everyone to speak, to be heard, to be respected, the compromise is found together.
This unit can be fraught with frustration or filled with love and understanding.
Understand the underlying messages of WHY people bully and how to best deal with situations that arise.
Get to the heart of control issues and reactive behavior.
Nurture self-love, and understanding each kid's unique character.
Support kids to replace anxious thoughts and feelings with positive affirmations. And provide tools to help them to honour their sensitivity.
Champion kids to find their friendly, loving and compassionate inner voice.
Learn to move beyond the labels kids are given; rather recognize their challenges can be their most unique gifts.
There is a growing body of research that shows a link between play and the development of cognitive and social skills that are prerequisites for learning more complex concepts as children get older. For example, play is linked to growth in memory, self-regulation, oral language, and recognizing symbols. It has been linked to higher levels of school adjustment and increased social development.Read the Article
Young children today need advocates. They need adults who want to preserve and protect the conditions that they will flourish in.Read the Article
Children play. Nobody has to tell them to make time for it. But as adults, we can forget what play is, how vital it is, and even how FUN it is! Here are tips to bring play into your daily life and refresh your outlook.Read the Article