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preparation for parenting regarding ages and stages
Weegy: Ages and Stages is a term used to broadly outline key periods in the human development timeline. During each stage growth and development occur in the primary developmental domains including physical, intellectual, language and social – emotional. [ Our goal is to help parents understand what is taking place in their child’s brain and body during each period with the hope that they will be able to provide the necessary support, encouragement, structure and interventions to enable a child to progress through each stage as easily and successfully as possible based on each child’s unique set of traits and interests. Read to your child each day. Research has shown this is the single most important factor in determining success in school. Go to the library and pick out new books to read every couple of weeks. Talk to your child about things in his/her environment. Does your child name common objects? If he or she is using words such as "this", "that" or "thing", he may not know the name of the objects to which he is referring. Listen to your child. Can he express his thoughts clearly? Is he able to retell an event in the proper sequence? Children need many opportunities to express their thoughts. Sing songs together and recite nursery rhymes together. Keep a summer scrapbook. Let your child collect pictures and tokens of activities they participated in over the summer. Write about the activity as your child dictates to you. Read what he has written together. Allow your child to use scissors. Try cutting a large variety of materials from clay to cards to fabric. Watch your child as he cuts and show him the proper way to hold the scissors. Have your child practice sorting objects. Sort the silverware as you empty the dishwasher or sort clothes into piles of different colors. ] (More)
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efective parenting discipline involving clarity, consistency and appropriateness
Weegy: Being a positive role model Show respect Value efforts Use praise genuinely Oraganise the environment Intervene calmly Set boundaries Give simple explanations or alternative way of saying the same thing If you look at the opposites to these you'll [ [ see interactions are not at all effective .. Ignoring children - prevent you hearing and seeing what they want and are doing Using inappropriate language around them Criticise, tease, belittle or disregard efforts Communicating effectively will vary depending on age, the very different personalities in a group of children and adult colleagues. Each may have different ideas and interpret information differently which can cause barriers to effective interaction. Knowing when and what information to share is also important in effective interactions. Making sure confidentiality isn't breached, trust broken and for you to feel confident that you're able to protect and safeguard the children in your care. ] ] (More)
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preparation for parenting
Weegy: The truth is there is more than one "right" way to be a good parent. [ Good parenting includes Keeping your child safe Showing affection and listening to your child Providing order and consistency Setting and enforcing limits Spending time with your child Monitoring your child's friendships and activities Leading by example ] (More)
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what does mottoes mean?
Weegy: Mottoes - a phrase meant to formally summarize the general motivation or intention of a social group or organization. (More)
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Negotiating & Resolving conflicts with a child
Weegy: Sometimes a child does not feel she is being heard, and this is the source of conflict, more than a dispute over the rules. Demonstrate you are hearing your child by paraphrasing what is being said in three or four words. [ "You are exhausted," "You feel stressed" or "I hear your frustration," are examples of phrases parents use to show they are listening. Ask clarifying questions when you do not understand what your child is saying. Being heard allows your children to relax her guard and feel loved and understood. Read more: ] (More)
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