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Answering Children’s Questions

“Why?”, “Do I have to …?”, “Where is…”, “What does …. mean?” Young children have a lot of questions. Questions are children’s way of understanding the world around them. Questions provide opportunities for parents to explain the What, Why, When, … Continue reading


Are you constantly telling your child “NO!”?

Have you ever told your child over and over to stop a behavior, like hitting, playing with food or getting out of bed? Sometimes it feels like our kids continue a behavior just to upset us! It is not enough … Continue reading


Creating A Safe Place* At Home

Each classroom at Tulsa Educare has a Safe Place.  The Safe Place is an area where children can go by themselves or with the help of a teacher. Children can go to the Safe Place when they feel frustrated, angry, … Continue reading


Help Children Follow Directions

Younger children often struggle with following directions.  Sometimes they don’t understand. Sometimes they ignore you.  And sometimes they say “no”.   As a result, parents can become upset that  the directions are not being followed.   It is important to remember that … Continue reading


Helping your Family Establish a Daily Routine

Babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and older children learn more and show us their best behavior in a well-ordered and predictable environment. Whether it is during play, nap, or school, knowing what will happen next gives children security and emotional stability. Therefore, … Continue reading


Hitting

Hitting is a common behavior among young children. Hitting can happen for many different reasons. Children hit when they feel emotions and don’t know how to handle them. As a result children hit to express their feelings. Children also hit … Continue reading


Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep?

Children who get enough sleep every night perform better throughout the day and are less likely to develop behavior problems, moodiness, anxiety, or depression. The amount of sleep each child needs differs, but in general children 3-5 years old require … Continue reading


Nighttime Bed-Wetting

Even if children are basically potty trained during the day, night time accidents are still common. Often it can take a few months for children to fully become night time potty trained. Sometimes physical traits are a factor like children … Continue reading


Parents Are Children’s First Teacher

Have you ever done or said something only to see or hear your child repeat it? Chances are, you have…AND, you may have even wished you hadn’t done/said what you did! Children are learning how the world works, how people … Continue reading


Sharing

For many children, sharing is a very challenging idea. Often toddler’s think, “if I like it, it’s mine”, “if I can take it from you, it’s mine”, “if I had it in my hand a while ago, it’s mine”*. Therefore, … Continue reading


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