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Category: Communication - Simigarten

What To Do When Children Are Not Listening?

Can’t get your kids to listen? Maybe they’re just pretending not to hear you so they can avoid chores. Or maybe they really can’t hear you because they have superhuman earwax that can block out anything. But if that’s not the case, there might be something else going on – like a hearing problem. It’s like a mystery novel, but with less murder and more frustration!

Why Is Your Toddler Throwing Things? And What You Can Do About It!

They have achieved this fantastic developmental milestone in their gross and fine motoric. And they are ready to test it and improve it.

For toddlers, it is very interesting to watch how different objects act in different situations. What sound does a plastic piece of lego make when hitting the wooden floor? And what happens when the pacifier lands in the glass of water across the table?

25 Funny Parenting Quotes

We’ve gathered some of the most hilarious and true parenting quotes that are spoken by parents like you. Take a break from parenting, even if it’s just for a few minutes, and enjoy.

How To Raise A Child With A Nurtured Mind

How To Raise A Child

The best way to start communicating effectively with your child is to understand how their brain works.
This way, you know exactly how to approach your child in difficult situations, what to do when your child acts irrationally and what to say when they throw a tantrum.

Communicate with Your Baby Before He Can Speak – Using Baby Sign Language

How To Communicate With Your Baby

Baby sign language works best when you enjoy it to the fullest and when you are relaxed and having fun. When signing, you are in touch with the child, just like talking to an adult. You look into each other’s eyes, listen, and react. The signing is also used for the whole conversation between you and the children. They can skillfully connect the signs together later and thus communicate whole sentences with you. For example, the sign “yet” and “eat” when eating or “pee” and “toilet” and then “done”.

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