At home, parents can remove noisy distractions and devices, set up a quiet space to practise sitting and listen to their breathing together.
Sure, it takes a village to raise a child, but what happens when tribe members insist on spoiling your wee one?
Words like pee-pee, poo-poo and bum-bum are adorable, while potty training. In the years that follow? Not so much.
Monitor the amount of time your family is spending in front of screens – watching television, using the computer, hypnotized by video games or playing on phones or iPads.
If your kids like roughhousing, don’t fret. It’s an important part of development.
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Physical aggression, such as biting, kicking, hair pulling and pushing others, occurs in most preschoolers, and usually decreases with age.
Honesty is the best policy, with a dash of sensitivity.
It is one of the later sounds that many children develop and it is not unusual to still have some difficulty at age five.
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