Category: Child Behaviour

Bedwetting or Wetting in the class

Published on February 7, 2020


Most children stop wetting at night by 3-4yrs of age, while some may continue much longer than this. If the child has pain when he or she empties the bladder or dribbles urine in between, it indicates that the child has a physical problem. In such cases, the child must be referred to a doctor….

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All about Emotions

Published on December 20, 2019


Emotions are expressed through feelings, using language, learning to calm oneself and to treat others with kindness and empathy. Preschoolers learn about these emotions at school and at home. They are often over-excited and give extreme reactions to these emotions such as tantrums, yelling, hitting, biting which sometimes can cause great frustration for parents and…

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What is Self-Esteem for a Child?

Published on October 31, 2019


Self-esteem can be defined as an individual’s evaluation of their own value. It includes a variety of views about one’s self, such as beliefs, traits, behaviours, emotions and appearance. Is self-esteem important? How does it affect us in our lives? Self-esteem plays a significant role in your success and motivation in life. Similarly, low self-esteem…

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Raising a Strong – Willed Child

Published on October 17, 2019


All children exhibit strong-willed traits at some point in their lives. Strong-willed kids are often misunderstood to be aggressive, stubborn, etc. This nature of being strong-willed doesn’t make them bad kids. They are simply determined to do things on their terms. Are you raising a strong-willed child? Look for the signs! Anger Outbursts You might have…

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Outdoor Time for Children is Essential!

Published on October 12, 2019


Here’s Why Children are naturally drawn to playing outside, as outdoor play has numerous benefits, it enhances large muscle  coordination. When children are outdoors, they develop both fine and gross motor skills. For example, running, jumping, climbing, digging and pushing improve gross motor skills and repairing, painting, tying, drawing help improve fine motor skills. Preschoolers…

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Parenting, the Social Media Way!

Published on September 27, 2019


Social media is rapidly evolving and enabling younger people to communicate, express themselves and share their memories. With so many options to filter/edit your content, it’s even more engaging to click and share. In this new world, young parents are more than ecstatic to share pictures of their children; a glimpse of how children keep…

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Peace, it’s own reward!

Published on September 21, 2019


“Peace is what every human being is craving for, and it can be brought about by humanity through the child” – Maria Montessori   What is peace? Can it be taught to children? Will they understand what it means and how important it is?  Peace can mean a lot of things, it can mean inner…

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Socio-Emotional Development

Published on September 17, 2019


The development of characteristics or behaviours that help a child adjust in a social environment is known as Social Development. Emotional Development acts as a base for social development as it influences the child’s social behaviour and interactions. We can find huge differences in a child’s behaviour, some children are very active, outgoing, independent, explorative…

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Significance of a Preschool Teacher

Published on September 4, 2019


Preschool teachers differ from other teachers in the field of education. In comparison to formal schools, ECE schools focus more on teacher-child interactions, small group emphasis, and adult relationships. A teacher’s role is not restricted to just working with the children, they have to play multiple roles. They need to supervise and manage their classroom,…

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Dramatic Play…. Here’s where the Drama begins..!!

Published on August 16, 2019


Pretend play is an important part of a child’s development. They learn by imagining, imitating and doing. If you observe children who are involved in pretend play, they are often mimicking what they have seen adults do. It’s pretending to be someone or something.  The dramatic play is a great place to build a child’s communication skills. Dialogues are…

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