Preschool: Social and Emotional Articles
One of the best lessons parents can help their children learn over the years is how to cope with frustration. Here's how to get started.
When it comes to going to school for the first time, kids and parents have lots of concerns. Here's a few tips on addressing you and your child's worries.
During the preschool years, your child meets new peers, learns fresh skills, and begins to learn about himself as an individual. Here are four approaches to helping your preschooler become a more confident and resilient child.
One problem that no preschool parent has ever been spared is that of the tantrum. Try some of the following ideas to help avoid tantrums, or at least make them less frequent and less intense.
Just when they thought the worst was over, enter the sometimes willful, rude, and whiny preschool child. Here's a parent-friendly guide to getting preschool behavior on track - without losing your mind!
Looking for a boredom buster? Wait. Before you turn on the TV. Think about another box... the board game! Here are five absolutely fantastic games for preschoolers that may not be in your closet yet:
My preschooler has started to intentionally say things to upset people, like "You're dead!" or "You're a bad guy!â I don't want to give it too much attention, but at the same time I want him to know I don't like it. What should I do?
One of the most important things that you can do to make your young child feel safe is to establish as much routine in his life as possible. Here's expert advice from a child psychologist on getting started.
Patience is not one of a preschooler's strongest skills. Here are five things you can do to help your child become more patient.
Children being afraid of their teacher is a common occurrence, especially at the beginning of the school year. Here are expert tips for helping a child who is scared of her preschool teacher.