Conflict and Communication
Helping Toddlers Understand Emotion Key to Development- Science Daily
RIE Parenting Basics (9 Ways to Put Respect into Action)- Janet Lansbury
Montessori Views on Infant and Toddler Behavior: A Parent and Caregiver's Role- North American Montessori Center
Montessori Toddlers Who Are Not Yet Peaceful: Dealing With a Tantrum the Montessori Way- North American Montessori Center
Montessori in the Home: Conflict Resolution- Carrots are Orange
How Not to Talk to Your Kids- Po Bronson
Why Some Kids Try Harder and Some Kids Give Up-Tracy Cutchlow
The Rules We Create When We Lack Emotional Intelligence- Growing Leaders
Critical thinking in children: Are we teaching our kids to be dumb?- Gwen Dewar, Ph.D.
Five Reasons to Stop Saying "Good Job!"- Alfie Kohn
Raising Successful Children- Madeline Levine
How To Love A Diaper Change- Janet Lansbury
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Good At Doing Things- Steve Hughes
Post 2-3 new phrases where you will see them. Weave these into your daily communication with your children.
Practice recognizing and expressing your own needs.
Count to three before you start to help your child. Do you really need to step in? Try and find her current skill level, and let her do as much as she can.