Archive | Social Development

19 March 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Developing Conflict Resolution

Children need our help to demonstrate how to sort disputes independently. An ability to resolve conflicts will promote social development and assist your child in making friendships. Talk about it Remind children to use kind words and not their hands to sort disputes. Help your child to use their words by demonstrating. At a young [...]

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09 January 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Supporting your child’s social development

What you can do to help your child’s social development? Children need guidance and preparation to become sociable beings. They need guidance upon how to interact and make friendships. 1. Send your child to Pre-School I encourage you to enroll your child in a pre school program. This provides opportunities for your child to meet [...]

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05 December 2011 ~ 0 Comments

A guide for teaching your child to share

“No it’s mine, gimme, it’s my turn, I want it”. Oh the joys of blissful play time at home, in school, at parties. It is hard not to charge into a child’s play when children begin to quarrel. If children are fighting over a toy, often the adult marches in and removes the toy saying [...]

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24 October 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Understanding the difference between an inside and outside voice

Can your child understand the difference between a loud and quiet voice? This blog post was inspired by a recent trip to a restaurant. I was having a lovely meal when a child began began shouting so loudly the entire restaurant was looking. Of course some people were blaming the child, but I feel the [...]

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