Using a Heart-Based Approach with Preschoolers

Using a Heart-Based Approach with Preschoolers

Helping preschoolers develop good patterns is very important. You’ll want to establish good routines for mealtimes, bedtimes, and other schedules. In addition you’ll want to build healthy relational routines. Those have to do with following instructions well, receiving correction, and processing a no answer without emotional turmoil. Here are some articles that will also guide your thinking.

Preschoolers are ready to learn about responsibility. They can take on chores and are often eager to please, but they need training in order to develop the necessary skills. Getting ready in the morning is often a great training time for children. They can learn......

As a preschooler’s brain continues to develop, the imagination takes an important role, forming the basis for creativity. While much of the creativity is helpful, one of the common side effects is a child’s ability to lie to get out of trouble or to obtain......

I was surprised by his comment and I didn’t know how to respond,” said Rhonda. She was confused. “I told my four-year-old, Jake, to take a Break. He wasn’t responding to my instructions and we had exchanged some heated words. He turned to me and......

You can motivate young children to do what you want using a number of different tools and strategies. Here are four that you’ll want to avoid because of the dangers associated with them. Reverse Psychology Reverse psychology coaxes a child to do the opposite of......