Exploring feelings from the outside in will help you to teach children about emotions.
Teaching your child to identify and express emotions is key to developing self-reflection and self-regulation skills. Kids who understand their emotions and have the coping skills to deal with them will be confident that they can handle whatever life throws their way.
Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects fine motor and handwriting skills. Dysgraphia activities, accomodations, and strategies that help.
The idea behind scaffolding is that with appropriate adult help, children can often perform tasks that they are incapable of completing on their own. With this in mind, scaffolding–where the adult continually adjusts the level of his or her help in response to the child’s level of performance–is an effective form of teaching.
Childhood regression can be a part of normal childhood development. How can you discern whether the regression indicates a bigger problem and what should you do about it?