Tantrums, defiance, moddiness … it’s all part of being a toddler. He just needs guidance from you.
Posts Tagged: early childhood development
All the gibbering from Baby is going somewhere, believe it or not! Encourage it and help her develop her language.
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Ryan Niemiec, Psy.D., the Education Director at VIA Institute on Character (viacharacter.org/www/). Niemiec is a psychologist, coach and author who teaches mindfulness meditation as a pathway for helping individuals flourish and live their best life. Niemiec recently spoke at the Raising Positive Children – Global Author Series,… Read more »
The Boone County Public Library hosts its 14th annual Early Childhood Festival Saturday, March 10, for families with young children. Visit with more than 40 vendors from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Main Library (1786 Burlington Pike) to learn about local programming, classes and services like places for sports and birthday parties. Kids… Read more »
Understanding the Phases of Acting out Behavior can be helpful information in interrupting your child’s meltdown cycle before it gets to the peak, which I like to call HULK mode. Managing your child’s behavior appropriately in the early/Bruce Banner phases will prevent serious behaviors from occurring. Phases one through four are the phases to teach… Read more »
DANCE AND JUMP Dance, Etc. 5985 Meijer Dr., Milford 513-576-1400 or dance-etc.com Dance, Etc. offers parent-assisted classes for ages 1 – 2, included Diaper Daredevils that is full of exploration, somersaults, parachute play and more. The Gymnastics Center 3660 Werk Road 513-922-3433 or thegymnasticscenter.com Walking babies up to age 2 will enjoy a… Read more »
Baby on the way, or do you have a little one younger than 2 years old? Then join the Kenton County Public Library for a Baby Fair! Held on Sept. 30 from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Erlanger Branch Library (401 Kenton Lands Road), the Baby Fair will provide access to over a dozen… Read more »
This past week I have attended two play dates where I did not get to connect with my friends because everyone was looking after their kids. That is not a bad thing, but I am learning that certain environments are more conducive for an actual conversation to happen when kids are around. The Blue Cocoon… Read more »
Kids and parents are invited to Kiddie Academy of West Chester (8178 Highland Pointe Dr., West Chester) on August 26 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. for a Storytime LIVE with Curious George! The beloved monkey will jump off the page and visit the classroom in person! The event is open to all — current… Read more »
My son called me mean. It wasn’t the first time and will not be the last. He called me mean because I hid his tablet on him. We created a “behavior contract” at home and if he stays on green (the clip up/clip down behavior system his teacher uses) Monday through Thursday, then he can… Read more »