Ask a child, “Who Did You Help Today?”

Ask a child, “Who Did You Help Today?”

Ask your child, “Who Did You Help Today?” You may like to ask this question at the dinner table, or before bedtime. By doing so, you shift the focus towards caring for and helping others. Facebook Twitter Pinterest What, if anything, have you done...
Start a new before bed ritual

Start a new before bed ritual

Start a new before bed ritual – what was the best part of your day? What was the worst? Build a relationship with your child that includes casual, regular and ongoing conversations. Regular and open discussions will make it more likely your child will come to...
Teach children about different types of touch

Teach children about different types of touch

Teach your children about the concept of good, bad and helpful touch. Good touches are things like hugs, kisses, handshakes, cuddles, high fives etc. Bad touches are those that make someone feel uncomfortable, scared, hurt. These include punches, slaps, bites, kicks...
Prioritise playtime with the children in your life

Prioritise playtime with the children in your life

Prioritise playtime with the children in your life. Children learn through play, it’s great for your relationship and fun! Start with 10 minutes a day. This Tiny Adventures app has lots of simple, fun, ideas. It only takes a minute to make a memory… Click...
Make children the boss of their own bodies

Make children the boss of their own bodies

Make children the boss of their own bodies. Teach children they don’t have to do anything they don’t feel comfortable doing with their bodies. Give children the option of how they would like to say hi/bye i.e. wave, high five, cuddle or kiss.  This is helping them to...
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