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TEACHING YOUR CHILD SOCIAL SKILLS

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Spend one hour in a playschool looking at children; you would observe two categories of children. Some are overly active; speak out loud, and heartily laughing. They easily mingle...

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ANGER – THE OFFENDER

Follow my blog with Bloglovin There is nothing wrong with anger; it’s a natural human emotion which everyone has a way of manifesting it. The good part regarding anger it’s a useful emotion when...

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THE FATHER’S ROLE

Follow my blog with Bloglovin In a family both parents are important. It’s natural that mothers do more of direct nurturing and caretaking, while fathers involve in physical play activities, particularly ‘rough and tough’...

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EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL EDUCATION

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Children gain during their school and college days a fund of technical knowledge and skills. But are the children at their candidly best, does the technical foundations would alone...

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THE BENEFITS OF ‘I – MESSAGES’

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It is natural in relationships with our children on some occasions what they do or say something which we feel strongly positive – appreciation, happiness, delight, or pleasure. In these times...

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TEACHING READING

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Learning to read accurately, fluidly, with good comprehension, and speed is an important set of skills for any child’s academic success. In many schools, a shockingly large percentage of...

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SEVEN PARENTING RULES – 21

ENCOURAGE READING HABITS IN KIDS Watching successful executives of multinational companies you may have noticed. Further, you are looking at forceful, bright TV anchors conducting high decibel English debates. They competing with equally active...

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SEVEN PARENTING RULES – 20

PARENTS STEP OUT. LET CHILDREN DO WHAT THEY ARE CAPABLE OF. “I swear I’ll do whatever possible to my children”. They needn’t suffer as much I had suffered when I was of their age....

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SEVEN PARENTING RULES – 19

TANTRUMS Children, especially, one to three – year – old very sweetly work about in a manner demanding constant attention of their parents. Their behavior kept irritating you until quickly you pay attention to...