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Jun 11, 2022
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When fears persist, the anxious feelings can begin to impact upon a child’s sense of well being and their self-belief that they are indeed able to cope in a situation where they feel afraid. As parents we can help by recognising the signs that our child feels anxious, by being available to listen and understand that the fear is very real to our child. We can provide gentle support without catering to the fear and help them to learn a range of calm down, coping strategies. We can read stories. Books about fears that help our children to feel less alone when they are scared or afraid. This book talk about fear in a more general sense.
The book can open up conversation about friendship , getting along , fears and how to face them. Because the text is simple dialogue, and the art is fun and cartoony, the book works well for the very young. Teachers will appreciate these books because they are great for use as beginning readers. Unlike some of the dry, boring beginning readers in classrooms, the books in this series use just the right number of words that will allow kids to read without getting incredibly frustrated. I’d recommend this book to both teachers and parents! I am happy to have this book for when my own son begins to learn to read.
This book presents feelings in a way that young children can relate to. The books open the door to lots of great dialogue possibilities. It’s a truly enjoyable read that any preschool or kindergarten library should have!
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RESILIENCE CAN BE TEACH by emma ugarelli
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from stress, adversity, failure, challenges, or even trauma.
Parents and teachers can help kids build resilience by teaching them to solve problems independently. How can they do that?
Here we mention some of the things we, as parents and teachers, can do to teach resilience; during the coming weeks, we will talk a little more about each of them.
-Build a Strong Emotional Connection
-Promote Healthy Risk-Taking,
- Resist the Urge to Fix It and Ask Questions Instead,
-Teach Problem-Solving Skills,
- Demonstrate Coping Skills,
-Embrace Mistakes—Theirs and Yours,
- Promoting the Bright Side—Every Experience Has One
- go outside.
Books are an excellent tool to show children different emotions and talk about resilience and ways to cope.
them too. Books make us look inside and outside our world.
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Educational activities for preschool and kindergarten.
This is the time to build the foundation of character and cognitive abilities children require to succeed in school and life. But what can we do as parents or teachers to help them develop their character and potential cognitive skills? We can give them the love and respect that they deserve. We can surround them with books, encourage them to explore, stimulate their curiosity, ask, and answer questions, and make them think outside the box. We can promote social interaction and play with others. Stimulate and encourage dramatic play and ways to express themselves and their creativity. Those are some things we adults can do to help our children.