behavior

13 Ways to Encourage Good Behavior in Toddlers

September 14, 2009

Tweet Tweet As children develop, they learn the skills to be polite, cooperative and helpful. Along the way, it is the duty of parents and daycare providers to encourage and support appropriate behaviors. Two childcare experts give excellent tips for reinforcing good behavior in toddlers. Suzy Martyn, Parenting Consultant, Speaker, and author of Enjoy the Ride: [...]

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Being Mindful of Your Child’s Behavior in Daycare

May 17, 2009

Tweet Tweet Children usually feel unhappy because they think that they can’t do something that other kids can or that others do not like them. To work on this, greet the other children in the center when you drop off your child so that they will start coming up to you and your child to [...]

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Behavior Management for Children in Daycare

May 17, 2009

Tweet Tweet When one of the kids under your care starts mimicking behaviour that you don’t like and realizes that it he have learned it from other kids, take care not to criticise the other child. You have to realize that this kid probably admires the kids or a quality that the child has.

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Ending The Whining And Difficult Behavior In Your Daycare

February 6, 2009

Tweet Tweet Nobody likes a whiny child and a chorus of them can be unbearable. If you have a group of kids in your daycare who constantly whine, this can provide a lot of stress and can be a true test of your patience. Most of us would prefer tantrums over whining any day of [...]

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