Phew! It's Normal. An Age by Age Guide for What to Expect From Kids & Teens - And What They Need From Us -
A handy age-by-age guide of what to expect from kids and what they need. via Hey Sigmund
99 texting acronyms and phrases every parent should know
From those fab at Cool Mom Tech. If you've got tweens or teens, this must-read list of 99 texting acronyms covers everything from the basics, to things you may wish you didn't know at all.
How to Teach Your Child Self-Regulation
"When you talk about self-regulation, you are also talking about executive function (control in the brain), emotion-regulation (control of feelings) as well as behavioral regulation (control of actions & movement).
Why my Child Experiences “Deer in the Headlights,” Fear, Anxiety, Night Terrors and Phobias
Fear Paralysis Reflex: Why my Child Experiences “Deer in the Headlights,” Fear, Anxiety, Night Terrors and Phobias - Integrated Learning Strategies
7 Kid-Friendly Yoga Poses To Avoid Morning Meltdowns
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Why We Need To Stop Tech Shaming Our Kids
Today's technology is tricky and it can take over our kids lives if we let it. But most of us are raising good kids who are well-rounded and not tech zombies. We create the narrative of our kids lives and let's not be the ones that tell them that their ch
Why teenagers don't talk to their parents - Commonly, teenagers don't talk to their parents about their problems. You can foster an open, honest relationship with your teenager starting from infancy.
Why The Art of Speaking Should Be Taught Alongside Math and Literacy: Oral communication skills are often overlooked in school in favor of math, reading and writing. But this London school has put it front and center with amazing results.
How To Raise Brilliant Children, According To Science
How to raise brilliant children? Focusing on the Six C's: collaboration, communication, content, critical thinking, creative innovation and confidence is a good place to start.
Losing our grip: More students entering school without fine motor skills - Schools are having to spend more money on occupational therapy because children are entering school without fine motor skills.
An Elementary School Has Kids Meditate Instead Of Punishing Them; The Results Are Profound
The decline of play in preschoolers — and the rise in sensory issues
Here is a new post from pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom, author…
How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back Off
How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back Off by Adam Grant, nytimes: Child prodigies rarely become adult geniuses who change the world. Originality is difficult to encourage but easy to thwart. (Step Back How To Make)
Why Shyness is Not a Disorder or Deficit in Kids @ Deborah MacNamara, PhD
Schools encouraged to adopt 'no-shoes policy' to improve pupils' learning and behaviour
Tech Education Science TODAY, by Shane Rae: The latest in Learning with Technology
How We Learn Fairness
New research explores how humans develop a sense of fairness, and whether that quality is innate or learned socially.