Category Archives: Preschooler

Anti-Racist Role Models

Anti-Racist Role Models

The struggle against racism necessitates role models for our children more than ever. They should learn about these anti-racist role models from the past and the present. School districts across the United States devote a month to teaching students about the Civil Rights Movement’s most influential figures, including Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks.  […]

A Solution to Your Discipline Issues Has Been Found!

Whether your child is throwing tantrums, whining, fighting, or just plain nay-saying, here are a few solution to discipline issues. Your child, like the majority of children, has likely honed her behavior based on what has previously worked for her. A whining voice and a splash of dramatic flair may be her way of pinpointing […]

Educate and Encourage Your Child to Reduce Screen Time

Educate and Encourage Your Child to Reduce Screen Time

Here are some helpful tips that’ll help you educate and encourage your child to reduce their screen time. For the best irony of parenting (second only to the 8-year-old who refuses to take a shower), your kids’ love for electronic devices is precisely what will help you limit their use. 1. Stick with the most […]

Discipline (Family Meetings)

Discipline in Family Meetings

Discipline (Family Meetings) – Two years ago, I interviewed a Positive Discipline author as part of research for a parenting workshop at school. We had a cycle of yelling, threatening, and nagging regarding discipline, which was unproductive and exhausting everyone in the household. ‘Do you hold family gatherings?’ she inquired. It’s not like we’re in an emergency; we don’t […]