Teaching Active Listening to Your Child
With all of the distractions in our modern world, we have become a community of people who don’t know how to focus and listen to others. Active Listening is an important life skill that you can teach your child – and help yourself, too! Before…
How Do I Teach My Child to Have Consideration for Others?
“Being considerate of others will take you and your children further in life than any college or professional degree.” – Marian Wright Edelman What does it mean to be considerate? Being considerate means to be careful not to cause inconvenience or hurt to others; showing…
How Do I Teach My Child Manners?
Manners are constantly changing from generation to generation and vary based on culture. Before we explore how to teach manners we need acknowledge that the manners that are important to some may be different from those we discuss. The universal ideas behind good manners remain:…
How Do I Help My Child Identify and Express Emotions?
There has been plenty of research over the years trying to pin down a list of emotions. Most agree are all born with emotions, but there is no common consensus about which emotions we are born with verses which emotions we learn. Many studies conclude…
How Do I Teach My Child to Be a Problem Solver?
Problem-solving by definition is “the process of finding solutions to difficult or complex issues.” Henry Kaiser states, “Problems are only opportunities in work clothes.” How do we turn problems into opportunities so our children become problem solvers? Children learn best through modeled behavior, which is…
How Do I Help My Child Create Good Sleep Patterns?
Sleep is important for all ages for proper growth and development, as well as for overall health and well being. Typically children spend one-third to one-half of their life sleeping. Sleep is when the body restores itself as growth hormones are released. Getting enough sleep…
What Do I Do When My Toddler Is Aggressive?
It is part of normal development for toddlers and preschoolers to exhibit aggressive behavior. Just like all other aspects of development, there is a wide range when it comes to aggressive behavior. The aggression comes down to a child not being able to regulate their…
Why Does My Child Have Tantrums? How Can I Deal With the Tantrums?
As a parent, you will not escape your child having a tantrum, meltdown, or emotional outburst. Helping your child learn to regulate emotions is a normal part of development. For parents, it is important to understand why tantrums occur, how to respond, or how to respond…
5 Mistakes You’re Making When Signing With Your Baby
By Colleen Brunetti, M.Ed., C.H.C. The decision to sign with your baby is a smart one. In fact, research has shown that signing with children from infancy to right through the time speech develops – and beyond- can contribute to improvements in IQ and language…
One Family’s Story – Sign Language to Law School
One of the most wonderful gifts we get here at Two Little Hands is hearing how sign language has made a difference in families lives. We received this story from a family in Indiana and we had to share it with you. Thank you, Bob, for…
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