Remember when your child was a little baby? Those days were probably both harder and easier for you. On one hand, you might have lost a lot of sleep when your baby wasn't sleeping through the night. On the other hand, when you were going out, all you had to do was to bundle up your baby, bring along things like diapers and a change of clothes and you were ready to walk out the door to do things like grocery shopping or meeting other moms for lunch.
No parent wants to receive a phone call from his/her child's preschool or babysitter informing him/her that his/her child is biting other children. At first, it is normal to panic and wonder what you can do to quickly get this problem under control. If your preschooler has started biting, these four tips can help.
S is for Start By Understanding Why
Children bite for different reasons. Some will feel threatened, while others want to express themselves in certain ways.
Preschool is filled with fun and learning. Each holiday, your child may be given the opportunity to bring in little gifts for their classmates and teachers. With Valentine's Day approaching, it's time to think about what your child will take in to share. Below, you will find two ideas that you can use to give your child a chance to get creative and have fun making gifts for the kids they share their time at school with.
As a parent, you likely want to give your child every advantage that they can possibly have in life. One way to achieve this is by sending the child to preschool, since a study found that children who went to preschool went on to obtain a higher level of education and even had higher incomes than children who did not attend. However, although you may want to send your child to preschool, money may be the one thing that is holding you back.
Choosing a daycare for your child is not easy. When you make your choice, it is important to keep the three things listed below in mind to make sure that you are choosing the very best daycare for your child.
1. Established Rules for Parents
It is important for there to be an established set of rules, particularly regarding things like a sick-policy and parent drop-ins. Strict sick-policies keep your child from being exposed to illness and prevent him or her from spreading illnesses.