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How to Teach a Child to Share

How to Teach a Child to Share

Sharing is an essential life skill that every child must learn. Toddlers generally take time for a clear understanding of this concept. Learn how to teach a child to share with these helpful tips. Teach a Child to Share 1. Take Turns Take a toy and say, “It’s my turn to play.” Then, give it to […]

How to Deal with Shyness in Children

How to Deal with Shyness in Children

What causes shyness in children? All children have different personality traits. Some kids develop shyness while growing up as they become very sensitive to social gatherings. They may feel anxious and uncomfortable while interacting with many people in an event. How to deal with shyness in children? Shy children can be taught to become more confident […]

6 Ways to Ensure Healthy Social Growth of Your Child

We all want our kiddos to be able to express themselves fully wherever they go. Their well developed social skills will take them a long way ahead in their life. Right now, your life revolves around them. But soon, their life is going to revolve around the world they will be facing. Follow these 6 […]

Help Kids to Communicate With Each Other

When your kid will first go to school, park, picnics, etc. he or she will be entrusted with the challenge of communicating with others of their age and make friends. For some children, communication is easier, whereas, for others, it’s not easy. Kids communication skills start by speaking at home, and as such parents can […]

10 Ways to Teach Your Child to Share

10 Ways to Teach Your Child to Share

Imagine this- your child has 4 or 5 toys in their room. They play with their two favorite toys, whereas they neglect the rest two. When their friends arrive, they will play with neglected toys. What happens then? Your child will take that toy and wish to play with it. The laughter and delight of […]

Helping Children Love Their Differences

Helping Children Love Their Differences

Children often go up to their parents and ask why their friends have skin that is fairer or darker than them. They may ask their parents why my brother is shorter than me, or why am I taller than my sister. Children’s differences are what make them unique, but it’s hard for them to understand […]