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Too Many Toys #139

Some children's behavior may actually worsen by too many options, flashing colors and pictures, or noisy toys. It is imperitive to be aware of how sensitive your child is to sights, sounds, and other stimuli. Toning down the toys and the options can improve your child's behavior.

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Thanks to: Mary Phillips - Parma - USA. - rec.:May 6, 2002 - pub.:May 6, 2002 - sent.:Aug 15, 2017
Storytime #166

During story time, allow your toddler to decide how to read their book. Toddlers frequently like to read books by looking at the pictures and telling the stories themselves. They often like to read their books upside down and/or backwards.

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Thanks to: Gretchen Adams - San Antonio - USA. - rec.:May 9, 2002 - pub.:May 11, 2002 - sent.:Sep 23, 2015
THE IDEAL BABYSITTER #745

Choosing the very best sitter is not an easy job. Someone who will love your child, nourish them, teach them, comfort them, listen to them, feed them the proper foods, give them plenty of attention, offer outdoor, supervised, play and age appropriate, developmental skills and activities; keep them clean, interact with them, read to them, play with them and talk to them. The demands are great and no one can meet them like YOU, THE MOTHER CAN. You are the ideal sitter and childcare giver for your child. It will pay rich dividends if you take the job. What an awesome and worthwhile investment it will prove to be!

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Thanks to: SHERIAN FIGARD - CHESTER - USA. - rec.:Nov 2, 2002 - pub.:Nov 5, 2002 - sent.:May 21, 2015
Yes Mommy #169

An effective tool when working with young children is that every time you give a direction have the child respond with “Yes, Mom” or “Yes, Dad”. You teach them this method by giving your direction, without changing the inflection in your voice, when adding on the “Yes, ___” part. For example, “Sebastian, pick up your toys, say yes, Mom.” This action puts the child in a positive frame of mind, moving the child away from the oppositional part of the brain (limbic system).

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Thanks to: Ellen Prack - New Havana - USA. - rec.:May 9, 2002 - pub.:May 11, 2002 - sent.:May 18, 2015
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