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There are so many benefits of teaching children how to express themselves on paper, but one essential life lesson is to express gratitude and kindness. Have your child write a thank you to their favorite store clerk or teacher for helping them. Ask them who they would like to send a thank you to- you’ll be surprised! Nurture their empathy and compassion through writing thank you’s on a regular basis and bring joy to the life of others.
No one wants to feel left out. Social skills for kids are important not only in building their confidence but also in cultivating meaningful relationships and interactions. Children who struggle to make friends may be excluded from groups at playtime, experience lower self-esteem, and feel lonely. What you can do is help them overcome their difficulties so they can cultivate stronger friendships with their peer.
In advance of the school visit, check the school’s website for their special needs policy, read through and see if there’s anything that you’d like further clarification on. READ IT NOW! #autism #specialneeds #parenting #autismparenting #school #study #transitions
Try these tips to help your child learn about feelings, regulate emotions, and increase emotional intelligence. These tips will help you decrease undesired behaviors and increase positive behaviors - regardless of the emotion being felt! #emotions #feelings #parenting #parentingadvice #selfregulation #regulateemotions #regulate #children #toddlers #mentalhealth #wellness #family #parents #child