Nightmares and Night Terrors in Preschoolers
There are many things that can cause a child to wake up during the night. Keeping your child on a regular sleep schedule may help prevent many of these problems. Learn more.
Growing Independence: Tips for Parents of Young Children
Children as young as four are already looking for growing independence. A few ways to encourage your young child to be independent is to establish routines around the home, encourage them to share their thoughts, and assign them responsibilities and chores.
Hand and Finger Skills of Your Preschooler
Young childrens' coordination and dexterity improve rapidly during the preschool years. There are many activities you can do with your young child to help them improve these skills and have fun at the same time.
Emotional Development in Preschoolers
Not all emotional development is done through interaction and children should be left to discover things on their own from time to time. Problem solving then becomes a strong part of preschooler's day to day life and they learn many things from the trial and error process.
Cognitive Development In Preschool Children
Cognitive development in a young child includes attention, memory, logic and reasoning, among other abilities. Answer their questions with repsonses that are appropriate for their cognitive development level.