If you want to raise strong and confident children, teaching assertiveness is key. Assertive children know how to stand up for themselves (and others) without being hurtful or mean. Here are 5 key step for raising assertive children.
What to do if your child yells, "I CAN'T DO IT!" IYou can say: "Show me the hard part!". This helps your child identify what exactly they're struggling with. "If you COULD do it, what would you do?" This seems like a simple question but it really gets them thinking. "Let's figure out the next step together. It looks like you did this part already, what's next?" Here are a few other options to help your child's social-emotional development.
Emotions paper plate cards can be made by toddlers can later be discussed in grouptime. By exploring the different emotions of these plates can help the toddler identify their facial expression with the way they are feeling on the inside. Love this for emotion development and social development, it is important for toddlers learn empathy for others emotions.