What’s the best way to handle sibling fights? This practical guide takes you through steps and tips to handle children’s fights constructively and fairly.
The key to fewer sibling fights? Help your children learn to get along. You can do this by using family rules, routines and praise for good behaviour.
Learning to share can be a challenge for children, but it’s important. Practice, encouragement and games that involve sharing can help your child learn.
Watching toddlers making friends can be a delight, but it’s not always easy for them. Read tips on helping toddler friendships and playdates go well.
Fights are a fact of life when kids get together, and kids fight for many reasons. When fights work out fairly, children can build important life skills.
Did you know that two-thirds of children have imaginary friends? But if imaginary friends are a problem for your child’s behaviour, here are ideas to help.
Some children are naturally slow to warm up or uncomfortable in social situations. If your child experiences shyness, you can help. Get tips.