• Maintain your childs high spirits and enthusiasm by learning not to be too over protective
  • If children live with ridicule they learn to be shy
  • Make learning and playing a child bonding oppourtunity by praising and showing plenty of physical affection.
  • Take care not to expect too much from your little ones too soon, too early.
  • Always encourage your child's curiosity and have realistic expectations for them.
  • If children live with shame they learn to feel guilty.
  • If children live with encouragement they learn to be confident.
  • If children live with tolerance they learn to be patient.
  • The best training any parent can give a child is to train a child to train temselves.
  • If children live with praise they learn to appreciate.
  • If children live with security they learn to have faith.
  • If children live with approval, they learn to like themselves.
  • Take care not to spoil your kids by doing too much for them early on.
  • Let your child set their own pace as this will encourage inner thought and self reliance.
  • Be ambitious and encouraging without worrying too much about how they will turn out.
  • Encourage your childs enthusiasm when they are showing signs of frustration.
  • Introduce rewards when your child completes small tasks to instill confidence.
  • If children live with acceptance & friendship they learn to find love in the world.
  • If children live with criticism they learn to condemn
  • Demonstrate your interest in their toys and their own level of interest will increase.
  • Don't worry if your child is unable to complete a task, in time they will learn themselves.
  • If children live with hostility they learn to fight.


    Reading & Writing Tips

  • STAGE 1 (1-2 yrs)
  • Read to your child often
  • Let your child see you enjoying books
  • Encourage your child to talk about what they see
  • Let them play with crayons
  • Make stories fun with funny voices and sounds
  • Introduce the alphabet
  • Point out words around them in signs, posters, etc.
  • Help their hand- to- eye coordination with simple sport and active games.


    TAGE 2 (2-3 yrs)

  • Let your child turn the pages of the book when you read to them
  • Use a variety of voices
  • Choose simple books with clear pictures
  • Encourage your child to recognize the names and sounds of the letters of the alphabet
  • Encourage them to recognize letters by tracing over them
  • Allow them to pay with a pencil and crayons.


    STAGE 3 ( 3-5 yrs)

  • Enjoy sharing rhymes and interactive books
  • Let your child talk about books you read together
  • Choose short stories keep reading sessions brief
  • Read stories more than once so that you can enjoy them together
  • Give lots of praise
  • Help them write their name with a capital letter at the start
  • Encourage them to experiment with writing.











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