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Positive discipline can bring happy times to your daycare.
Create an atmosphere of respect in your daycare using a positive apporach to discipline. (part 1 of a 2 part series)
In the follow-up to "A Positive Approach to Guiding Young Children" learn how you can positively correct negative behaviors. (part 2 of a 2 part series)
Focusing on children's good behaviors brings out and expands their positve characteristics.
What babies cries mean and how to handle them.
Help children to explore their creativity using a variety of sense.
When is a child's sadness more than just the blues?
This old saying doesn't need to hold true. There are strategies and solutions that help you better care for busy little boys.
Fun ways to create and share a lifelong love of reading with your daycare children.
This article will help you better undestand your role in facilitating the communication of the children in your care.
Ideas to help handle the child who says "You can't make me."
Real strategies to keep kids behavior on track.
Who are special children, why it's important to learn about special children, the ages and stages of growth, and sensory disabilities.
You can enjoy a better relationship with the toddlers in care with greater understanding of their growth and development.
Understanding how young children's humor changes as they get older.
How to respond to children's natural curiosity about people's differences.
A list to use to generate ideas for humor activities in your day care.
This article explores the four areas of development for Infants: social, motor, language and cognitive.
This three part article describes ways that a childcare provider can encourage growth and learning for young children in three key areas of growth and development.
The three-part article describes ways that a childcare provider can encourage growth and learning for young chidlren in three key areas of growth and development.
This three-part article describes ways that a childcare provider can encourage growth and learning for young chidlren in three key areas of growth and development.
A lot of things are happening for a child from 18 months to 6 years. This article explores ways you can support them as they are learning to think and learn about their power and identity.
A young child's stress is different from that of an adult. Understanding how it's different and how to help children cope is covered in this article.
Advice on how to work with children in this challenging stage
The childcare provider's role in recognizing and supporting the development milestones of the 3-5 year old.
Children can develop important skills through coloring.
Humor is a form of play which teaches children about the world we live in.
Help your child cope with common fears.
DOING is what the toddler does, it's their full-time job. What energy, what persistence, what demands! Here's ways we can we help them learn about their world.
The joy of listening to and encouraging children to dream
When a child's family is dealing with a difficult situation, the child might bring that stress with him or her to your daycare. The following article goes over signs of stress in children and their parents and how you can help.
Children can learn many things through art projects creative thinking, imaginative problem solving, and competent verbal and non-verbal expression. This article provides helpful tips on how to set up an environment that supports these skills and shares what can be expected as typical art for various age groups.
Unravel the mystery of your toddler's behavior.