How do you encourage good behaviour in kids? Start by being a role model for the child behaviour you want to see. Get 15 practical tips. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.
Self-regulation is the ability to manage reactions and behaviour, which starts developing around 12 months. You can help your child learn self-regulation.
If your baby or young child is cranky and tired, these might be signs of overstimulation. Find out how to balance activity and downtime for your child.
Temperament is the individual way your child responds to the world. Understanding your child’s temperament helps you choose effective parenting strategies.
Lots of children have habits like nail-biting. Most habits go away by themselves. But if you need to help children break habits, here are practical steps.
Self-esteem is feeling good about yourself. It helps children try new things, take healthy risks and learn. Read about fostering self-esteem in your child.
At different ages, children need different support for healthy self-esteem. This is because their sense of themselves changes as they develop. Get tips.
Pestering – it can be really frustrating. So how can you handle pester power? This article has practical tips on what to do when children pester.
Children often ask for things. Sometimes you can say ‘yes’, but sometimes it’s ‘no’. Your responses teach kids about communication, respect and compromise.