If you’re like a lot of adults, your favorite childhood memories probably include spending loads of time outdoors. Doing things like swimming in lakes and building forts in your backyard. Why is that’s less true for our children today? If your kids are spending less and less time outdoors, keep reading. Only 6% of children …
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Staying home alone is a milestone in a child’s development that rewards their growing sense of responsibility and helps them build confidence. These are some signs a parent can look for to determine if your child is ready to take care of themselves for short time periods along with steps for getting your child and …
Does your child have difficulties with social interactions and activities? You can help them by gently encouraging them to get involved. Even if they’re naturally shy, learning social skills from a young age will benefit them for the rest of their life. First things first: Recognize the different types of introverted children Introverted children don’t …
Here are some valid reasons you should actually get a pet for your children! Having a pet requires responsibility, but there are so many benefits associated with owning a pet that everyone should consider it. The right pet can add to your health, happiness, and sense of wellbeing. Pets can be entertaining and a great …
6 Ways to Teach Empathy to Children The ability to understand the feelings of others is a core quality that contributes to healthy, prosperous relationships and social connections. Parents who know how to foster empathy in their children weren’t born with this knowledge – they learned and applied it. And you totally can too! (I …