Communicating With Children of All Ages Educational and Parenting Articles

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Here's how to strike an appropriate balance between explaining tragedies to your child and protecting them.
Guidelines on fifteen ways parents can have positive interactions with their children. Parents need to guide, support, lead, and teach their children.
Nonverbal communication involves the use of the body, arms, hands, face, and voice. Here are some positive indicators of nonverbal communication.
Advice for parents on maintaining ongoing communication with their child and their child's school and on working with teachers to monitor the child's progress.
When parents give children choices in everything from clothes to vacation locations, they often think they can choose in all areas of life. Life isn’t like
This article discusses the importance of parent involvement in helping children's reading and wrting development.  Offers parents some home literacy activies
Highlights the importance of healthy parent-child dialogue. Suggested communication strategies include problem ownership, active listening and using I-messages.
The article discusses the nine rules for conducting a good discussion with others.
Parents can support and encourage their children's successful learning by helping them create a positive study environment. Communication is a key to success
An overview of different parenting styles and the effects that such methods may have on children.  Parenting styles include authoritarian, authoritative,
Describes processes adults use to directly and indirectly influence children including modeling, direct instruction, coaching and giving feedback.
Discusses why children are fascinated with war play and teacher's concerns about violent play.  Give suggesions on how to reduce violent play in children.
For parents of grade school aged children, find positive alternatives to disciplining your child and saying no that can be much more effective.
A guide for parents to help children feel safe during times of violent and upsetting national events.
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