Category Archives: Preschooler

How To Teach Kids Backward Chaining

When teaching children life skills, the term “backward chaining” refers to breaking down a task into its parts and teaching them in the opposite order. As a result, the child experiences accomplishment and success with each try. *Image source: Unsplash/Pixelbay/Pexels The adult completes all but the final stage of the activity rather than the youngster […]

Teaching Children Lifelong Hygiene Habits

They’re going through puberty, their skin is breaking out, and their bodies are altering. Teaching your children good hygiene practices will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Tweens can be particular and careful regarding sanitation and personal hygiene. Other tweens may benefit from more support to develop healthy habits and routines. Here’s how […]

Cultural Differences In How Children’s Ages Are Observed

The journey from infancy to adulthood is called “coming of age.” When a child turns a specific age and no longer qualifies as a minor, they are considered to have reached their “coming of age” milestone in various cultures. In some cultures, a child’s maturation is marked by the onset of puberty. A coming-of-age ceremony […]

Multiple Disabilities In Students

It is clear that the term “many impairments” refers to more than one condition. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) uses the term differently. The IDEA defines “many disabilities” as a disability category. As you might imagine, a child with multiple disabilities has at least two debilitating conditions that impair their ability to learn or […]

How To Discuss Disabilities With Children

Your youngster may be interested in persons with disabilities, whether it be a classmate with dyslexia or a cousin who uses a wheelchair. By discussing disability with your child, you can help them better comprehend why certain individuals behave, appear, or move in somewhat different ways. Utilize Direct Language *Image source: Pixelbay/Pexels/Unsplash Never try to […]