Useful Tips for Inculcating Trust and Honesty in Preschoolers

When a child is telling the truth, it takes a lot of courage. So when your preschooler tells you the truth even after doing something wrong, praise them rather than scolding them. Reacting this way will make them feel better about their honesty, especially in a situation where they know lying would have been way easier. This will only reinforce their habit of being honest and build their self-confidence.

 

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5 Safe Sites for Your Kids to Sharpen Their Social Networking Skills

We revolve around all things social - from Facebook to Twitter and other sites. These sites are not for children under a certain age though – which usually becomes a topic of conversation for your little ones. The “why can’t I join” question comes up a lot. Instead of just saying no, you could consider letting them join a site that is specifically for kids. These sites take care of parental worries such as bullying, the use of bad language and much more.

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How to Teach Colors to Your Child

Activities involving clay modeling is an excellent tool to teach your preschooler the concept of colors. Especially for those who enjoy being hands-on, clay modeling can be highly engaging. Children can be encouraged to build different things out of the same color and learn the difference between them. They can also mix different colors to get a new color.

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