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Knowing Yourself As A Parents

We start our parenting journey with a lot of joy, hopes, parenting ideas, and expectations. But there are some weak moments where we find ourselves awful in responding to our children that we don't like, having no idea understanding why it happens because parenting is no easy task. Here, we need to ponder yourself as a parent. You will understand your child immediately once you understand yourself. We are providing you some tips that will help you understand parenting. 1. Emotions Emotions can take over and get the best of parents at times. Understanding where these feelings are coming from allows us to change how we respond to our children. 2. Awareness Awareness of yourself and your child. Children challenge us to remain flexible and in control of our feelings and behavior. We can lose our ability to respond flexibly if we are stressed, tired, angry, or frustrated. 3. Emotional Intelligence Our emotions play an important role in determining who we are, how we behave, and how w

Helping Children with Learning Disabilities

In a school classroom, it is observed that children are often categorized into different groups based on learning capabilities. Some students learn very fast, while some learn after a little push. Therefore, in schools, teachers use different teaching techniques. Children may face a hard time with some lessons or skills. It is quite natural. The preschool teachers better know to help such students in learning. After applying all the techniques, children still struggle to learn things. This can be a sign of a learning disorder. Things You Can Do to Help Children with Learning Disabilities: 1. Accept The Reality Accept the fact children are born with different levels of capabilities of learning and understanding. 2. Find Out What Motivates Your Children Your child may take extra time to learn one thing and learn another thing. It happens because of high and low levels of learning interest. Lack of interest in doing an activity can be the reason for not learning the way other children do.