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Incentive Program: Using Reward and Behavior Charts When it comes to teaching children new skills and behaviors, there are a variety of methods to choose from. One approach is using a behavior or reward chart. Occasionally, a child could benefit from a little extra encouragement to change a behavior, practice a new skills (like using the potty), or to complete a task (for example, homework). Ideally, your goal is to help your child see that the behavior itself is the reward. For example, when you keep your hands to yourself and use your words when you’re frustrated, your friends want...

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It’s that time of year again! After weeks of summer holiday bliss, the kids are going to soon be back into the classroom ready to enjoy the new school year. 

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The Tiny Tot 2 in 1 has recently had a makeover and the brand new PLUS model is now available alongside the original model trusted and loved for many years. The Tiny Tot is a wooden 2 in 1 convertible tricycle to balance bike designed to be used as a three-wheel tricycle when first received. Once your child gains confidence and learns how to use their feet to steady themselves and get moving, it can then be converted to a small two-wheel balance bike. So how is the PLUS different?  It is simply a larger version of the original Tiny Tot. View all Kinderfeets...

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What is colour? It seems a simple enough question, doesn’t it? Colour is one of the most striking features of the world around us. Colour can persuade us, effect our moods and act as a powerful form of communication. For young children, colour recognition is an essential developmental tool. It’s one of the first things we teach them when they are small. Roses are red, the sky is blue, frogs are green. This kind of colour recognition is a key cognitive developmental step for toddlers, as it plays an important role in how we describe and categorise the world. On...

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Journalling is a powerful way to take care of our mental wellbeing. Research shows that the process of writing things down helps to clear the mind of worries and overwhelming thoughts, to express feelings, to understand and manage emotions and to reflect on experiences.

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