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Results for “independence

  • Encouraging Independence (5 years)

    The more your child is able to accomplish on his or her own, the more they will feel in control, decreasing tantrums and power struggles. Strategies For Promoting Independent Life Skills Create environments……Read More

  • Encouraging Independence (4 years)

    The more your child is able to accomplish on his or her own, the more they will feel in control, decreasing tantrums and power struggles. Strategies For Promoting Independent Life Skills Create environments……Read More

  • Encouraging Independence (3 years)

    The more your child is able to accomplish on his or her own, the more they will feel in control, decreasing tantrums and power struggles. Strategies For Promoting Independent Life Skills Create environments……Read More

  • Child’s Play in Action: Hide and Seek (4 years)

    Hide and Seek is a classic kids game, but did you know it promotes executive functioning skills and emotional intelligence too? When kids play this game they are boosting Memory, Self Control and Flexible……Read More

  • Understanding Tantrums (5 years)

    It is difficult for young children to control or manage strong feelings. Tantrums are normal, expected, and developmentally appropriate. Here’s Why: The perfect tantrum storm is caused by: Developmentally-appropriate……Read More

  • Understanding Tantrums (4 years)

    It is difficult for young children to control or manage strong feelings. Tantrums are normal, expected, and developmentally appropriate. Here’s Why: The perfect tantrum storm is caused by: Developmentally-appropriate……Read More

  • Understanding Tantrums (3 years)

    Here’s Why: The perfect tantrum storm is caused by: Developmentally-appropriate behaviors Determination Persistence Strong desire for independences and autonomy Desire to be in control Preference……Read More

  • Social/Emotional Development (18 months)

    Normal Development: Shows signs of independence; says “no”(18–24 months) Begins to show difficult behavior (18–24 months) Finds it hard to wait (18+ months) Gets angry sometimes and has……Read More

  • Gross Motor Development (18 months)

    Gross Motor Development skills are large movements like crawling, running, or jumping Normal Development: Begins to run (18–24 months) Can roll a large ball and can throw it overhand (18+ months) Opens……Read More

  • Encouraging Healthy Eating (15 months)

    How Can I Help My Baby Develop Healthy Eating Habits? Don’t overfeed your baby (pay attention to signs your baby is full) Don’t allow power struggles over food to develop. Your baby will eat if they……Read More