HOW A CHILD MAKES SENSE OF HIS WORLD

HOW A CHILD MAKES SENSE OF HIS WORLD

According to the developmental psychologist Piaget,  a child makes meaning of his world by forming patterns with the information he receives. He bundles the data he accumulates into concepts. A concept is an idea formed by mentally combining all its characteristics or particulars. Children form and adjust concepts when they can experience and interact with…

STAGES OF DRAWING

STAGES OF DRAWING

It is very important to support creativity in your children and give them an outlet to express themselves. Set up a table with paper and various writing utensils and let  your children draw. If you are wondering how your child’s drawing will progress, the outline…

WIN / WIN

WIN / WIN

YOU WIN  YOU LOSE       ME WIN Win/Win   Win/Lose ME LOSE Lose/Win  Lose/Lose According to Stephen Covey’s book  Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families, there are five ways to resolve a conflict with someone. There are the four options in the chart…

PARENTING BOOKS THAT I HAVE LOVED

PARENTING BOOKS THAT I HAVE LOVED

Would you like more parenting support? These are wonderful books:  Conscious Discipline Becky Bailey Raising A Thinking Child Workbook Myrna Shure How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlisch  Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness Edward M. Hallowell M.D…