kids. Saturday , August 19th , 2017 - 14:40:50 PM
It isnt just sentimentality at play here. Experts have found that since the rise of technology has become such a major part of our lives, children and parents are communicating less and less.
3. Shake It Up. Place toys or treats within clear containers with the lids attached. Kids love to shake and clatter things, and when a kid realizes a treat is inside, the activity will be even more attractive.
As adults we can prevent them from creating a broken record of negative self-talk that gets in the way of progress. We can give our children a jumpstart by teaching them positive affirmations while they are young, setting the stage for good habits to take hold.
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