Some parents believe that a child should be praised, others, on the contrary, believe that it is not necessary and this will only spoil them. Children must be praised. But, this should be fair and deserved.
Many parents at least once, are faced with the fact that their child does not feel the slightest desire to share their toys or food with others. This happens almost everywhere, for example: at home, the child does not want to share a toy with their brother or sister, in kindergarten, on the playground or at a party.
Many parents often notice that their children are biting their nails. This is a very common children’s habit. Of course, it does not look very nice. It looks even more repulsive when an adult does this.
Onychophagy is a mental disorder that is expressed as an uncontrollable desire to bite off the nail plate. Studies show that this habit is common among children of primary school age, most often among boys. In adolescence, almost half of all children have this bad habit.
When a baby is born, parents have to think about where the baby is going to sleep. Options include in the same bed with their parents or in their own cot from the birth.
It is not a surprise for anyone, that in today's world, children are passionate about gadgets and phones. Children starting from a year old are watching cartoons on a tablet or phone with great pleasure and joy, and those who are a little older are easily able to turn on the music by themselves, find those cartoons or look through photos. However, all this fascination with gadgets can adversely affect children’s health.
We are all different and our children are different too. Some are right-handed, and some are left-handed. Some people think that if a child is using their left hand more, it means that they are left-handed and they should be retrained. Does it really?
A lot of parents often ask the questions about foreign languages. Which language should a child learn and how many languages can they learn, one or two, or maybe three?
Almost all parents are faced with the fact that their child is biting. children begin to bite at the age of one-year-old, this can be explained by the fact that a child has teeth erupting and this is a way of exploring the world around them.
Every day we are all in a hurry for many reasons: work, business, meetings, training and much more. Some people are regularly on time and some are constantly late. But what about children?
“Snitching - it’s bad” and “no-one loves a sneak” are phrases that parents say to their children, while some parents may even encourage this behaviour. In this article we want to discuss how parents should behave in such cases and what parents can say to their child.