Tag: Parenting Philosophies
A resilient child thrives in the classroom, tending to have fewer or milder behavioral and emotional problems, greater engagement in school, and stronger academic skills.
Developing perseverance early in childhood leads to later academic success. Read our 3 tips for fostering persistence.
How much time is appropriate for your young child to spend looking at screens? Is it developmentally appropriate for your child to even be looking at screens at all? Get the latest information from The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and others.
What causes toxic stress and can it be overcome? Understand the connections between a caregivers’ stress response and a child’s cognitive development.
Reading diverse books opens doorways through which your child can learn, can grow, and ultimately can take thoughtful action in the real world.
The ability to overcome negative emotions is called resilience. How can you build this emotional skill in your child? Read our 8 tips for fostering resilience.
Why are routines so important? Your child learns through experiences during play and routines. Even mundane routines can be turned into a rich learning experience.
For promoting healthy, creative play, child development experts suggest starting with a small collection of carefully chosen toys. Find out why.