Just a few days back I attended a behavior management workshop done by an eminent group. I am jotting down my takeaways from that workshop. The workshop was for behavior management for kids on autism spectrum, I have taken the liberty
I love my son to death and beyond. Not because he is autistic, but because he is everything I wish I were – pure, innocent, loving, trusting, unbiased, forthright, content, and himself, without any fear of conformity. It is I
A few days back I came across a term -'Redshirting'. I found out that it implies a situation where parents decide to hold back their kids a year before kindergarten. That is very much in the beginning. There are various
Why is it important to encourage imagination? The first few years of your child's life are extremely important. All the things you and your toddler do together, from reading, singing, and playing to eating and walking, help to jump-start his brain. Involving your toddler in stimulating activities
It can be shocking to hear that your two year old has bitten another child – or to feel her teeth sinking into you. But the behaviour isn't at all unusual. Most children have bitten someone at least once, as
Why children bite their nails If your two year old's biting his nails, you may worry that he's anxious about something. After all, many people describe nail biting as a nervous habit. But anxiety is only one explanation for your child's nail nipping.
Making fruit faces is a great way to encourage your toddler to enjoy eating healthy fruit. Good for age: 36 months (but older and younger kids might enjoy it, too!) Skills developed: motor skills What you'll need: a plate, pieces of fruit cut into slices -