Posts tagged "tantrums"
Did you know it takes a few years for a child to develop empathy?
And while we are all born with the capacity to develop empathy... it needs nurturing and teaching to really come through.
Empathy is the ability to recognize other people's feelings - putting ourselves "in their shoes". In other words - to correct aggressiveness in a child, we first need to teach empathy and compassion.
Our friends at RedTri got a hold of our resident pro, Kat and compiled a great set of tips to prevent meltdowns during the busy holiday shopping season.
Is reading a bedtime story part of your nightly routine? If so, what is your child’s favorite book? If not, consider adding it in! There are several reasons why reading before bed can benefit your child (and you!).
When your child has a tantrum coming on or is just working his or her way out of one, using a puzzle-type toy to refocus their mind and energy towards is an extremely helpful tactic.
Spending quality time with your child is important for so many reasons. Here are 5 major benefits (on a list that has no end)!
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