Showing posts with label Parenting Tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Parenting Tips. Show all posts

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Parenting: Find Out If Your Kid has Anxiety! (#parenting)(#eduvictors)

Parenting: Find Out If Your Kid has Anxiety!


Manoneet becomes panic a day before examination and starts yelling that he does not remember anything. All the important formulae he learned has forgotten. It is estimated that 5% to 20% of urban kids suffer from depression or anxiety. It is good if these signs and symptoms get identified as early to get a timely treatment. All kids are moody and it is difficult to judge how much stress they have. There is no harm in consulting a child psychologist.

How to identify the signs?

Friday, 4 August 2017

Child Psychology and Behavioral Management - A few tips (#parenting)

Child Psychology and Behavioral Management
- A few tips

Child Psychology and Behavioral Management - A few tips (#parenting)

(Source unknown, shared by a reader.Worth sharing it as blog post)

T
o all parents and even grandparents, as well as teachers, here are some unbelievably simple parenting ideas that work.




1. Children need a minimum of eight touches during a day to feel connected to a parent.

If they’re going through a particularly challenging time, it’s a minimum of 12 a day. This doesn’t have to be a big deal; it could be the straightening of a collar, a pat on the shoulder or a simple hug.


2. Each day, children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent.


It is especially important for babies to have that eye contact, but children of all ages need us to slow down and look them in the eyes.

Friday, 9 December 2016

5 Things Parents Must Take Care While Meeting School Authorities

5 Things Parents Must Take Care While Meeting School Authorities


Here is the info-graphic listing five important points you must take care  while meeting School Authorities. Be it admission interaction or interview or parent teachers meeting, school authorities do assess parents and try to find out the parents level of commitment to the child.