Submitted by sally on Thu, 10/08/2015 - 19:14
Casi todos los niños tienen una crisis cuando son pequeñitos en año preescolar. Aqui tengo unos consejos que me hayudaron a aliviar este problema.
Submitted by sally on Thu, 10/08/2015 - 19:11
Almost every child has a meltdown when they are in preschool age. Here are some tips to ease the situation.
*Let’s say that you are at the market or clothing store, your child sees a toy, candy, or cookie. He asks for it and you say not today sweetie…many children will create a scene. We as parents often times feel embarrassed. Their behavior is so different that you cannot understand how your beautiful child changed so drastically in a matter of minutes. Suddenly, all eyes are on you, your angel will start screaming, kicking, maybe biting, or hitting. How can that sweet, sweet child turn into this angry little person? When their meltdown is in full swing, is almost impossible to get their attention and reason with them… You end up often times running out of the store with your child because at this point you cannot finish your shopping…
Here are some tips that helped me:
*Use calm voice, this way you can explain to your child and help. Remember if you and your child are stress, things can get more frustrating for both.
*Let your child know that they need to calm down. Get their attention in a positive way.
* Give them a few minutes after you acknowledge them, wait and see what happens.
*If they are still overwhelmed, give them a few more minutes.
*Let him explain why he is acting this way once he is calm. Hear what he has to say and let him make small decisions. This way he feels that he has responsibility of his actions and your trust. Remember he is a person too.
*Remember, we are only human, everyone feels frustrated at one point or another.
*I usually tell my kids ahead of time what we are doing for the day or where we are going. Is important to let them know the rules they need to follow. This way, they know what’s going on and they know what to expect. I started explaining to them since they were very small.
Good luck, but remember: their tantrums are a normal part of life at this age. The important thing for us as parents is to remember that even the little things you do to teach your child how to behave helps. Eventually they will get the point. Constant patience is necessary to reach a positive behavior.
Submitted by newagepub on Fri, 04/17/2015 - 14:42
Is it time to change current scientific peer review process?
Submitted by sally on Fri, 02/21/2014 - 20:38
Consumir mucha azucar no es bueno para tu piel, si ahi mucha azucar en tu corriente de sangre, radicales tienden formarse. Estos radicales inducen arrugas. Trata esto: Trata de comer mas fibra en el desayuno. Trata de poner mas fiebra y menos cosas con azucar en tus comidas diarias.
*Celulas de la Piel
Submitted by sally on Fri, 02/21/2014 - 20:32
Submitted by sally on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 20:38
Los Dolores de cabeza son algo que no necesitamos. Hay muchas razones porque nos da dolor de cabeza de vez en cuando. Puede ser que trabajes por muchas horas sin descanso o porque no comes como debe ser. Cuando yo estaba creciendo miraba a mi abuela usar algunos remedios para calmar su dolor. Un dia yo tenia dolor de cabeza y ella de imediato me dio aceite de menta. Me dijo que me pusiera unas gotas en mis templos. Que usara mis dedos para dar masaje en esa region por veinte o treinta minutos. Sorprendidamente mi dolor de cabeza se alivio.
Submitted by sally on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 20:35
Headaches are something we can live without. There are many reasons why discomfort begins. It could be that you are working for many hours with no breaks or skipping meals. Growing up I saw my grandmother used some remedies to ease the pain. One day when I had a headache, right away she took peppermint oil and told me to message my temples with a few drops of this oil. I did it for about 20 to 30 minutes and my pain ease. She also told me to exercise two to three times a week.
Submitted by sally on Tue, 01/28/2014 - 20:49
El quehacer domestico parece no tener fin. Por eso yo mantengo un sistema con mis hijos para minimizar el trabajo.Tener responsabilidades es saludable, ellos aprenden como cuidarse asi mismos sin depender de nadie en sus futuros.Yo empece a darles quehaceres mas o menos a la edad de 5 anos. Les empeze a dar un quehacer a la vez, y ha como van creciendo les aumento la lista. Los Viernes es el dia que reportan su lista lograda. Si ellos no han terminado el quehacer durante la semana tienen que hacerlo en sus dias de descanso, que es el fin de semana.
Submitted by sally on Tue, 01/28/2014 - 20:36
There is a never ending story with house work. I have a system with my kids to minimize all the work for me, it is actually healthy to give them responsibilities. This way, they will know how to take care of themselves later on in life. I started when they were around 5 years old. I gave them one chore per week. As they grow, I increase the list. Fridays are the cut out date. If they do not accomplish the chore during the week they have to do it on their free time which is weekends. They hate that, so they always try to do it before.
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