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September 30, 2020     Category: Self-esteemSocial Skills

Most children enjoy social events like parties, play dates and family gatherings, but not all like to socialize. They may feel anxious, may stand back, and watch others or would rather play quietly by themselves.Keep in mindSome kids are simply less social than others.There are lots of reasons kids can struggle with social skills.There are many ways to help improve social skills.You may wonder if your child is not very social, it Is simply personality. Many children like their own company and do not need a lot of social interaction.But some ...

January 15, 2018     Category: Early Childhood EducationGoals

Goal SettingTeaching children to reflect and set goals is an important lesson that needs to be taught starting at a young age. Welcome 2018 and Happy New Year! What better time to take a fresh look at the goals your child should achieve in early childhood education? It is very easy to focus on the future, but do not forget to look over the current goals and expectations for your child and those who provide preschool education as it is the foundation for successful learning in later years. Preschool and early childhood education teaches your chi...

May 22, 2017     Category: Early Childhood EducationGoalsValuesTeamwork Communication

Being a leader - is it ‘natural born’ or is it nurture? Several psychologists conclude it’s more 50/50. Coming from a strong leadership family will definitely have an effect on leadership encouragement, even for a most mild-mannered child. Leaders can be categorized into two different styles. There is the inspiring leader, who is a thoughtful listener and inspires others in a positive and encouraging manner. The other being a dominate leader, who leans towards a more bossy and rigid in viewpoint.Parents can often confuse their i...