Parents are a child’s first and most important teachers, but alongside them are other family members who can also make a difference in a child’s earliest years.
To commemorate World Teacher’s Day on October 5th, Too Small to Fail is dedicating a week to celebrate all the special teachers who make a difference in our young children’s lives.
Studies show children are born equipped to be empathic, but these skills take time and practice to develop.
Neuroscience research shows that early trauma can have a severe impact on children. One pediatrician explains how her practice aims to reverse that damage.
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What Can You Do: Nurturing Empathy in Your Toddler
If everybody knows that test scores and grades aren’t the keys to success, how do we teach, and measure, the things that are?
Find out how to best respond to your child's needs and develop your parenting skills in order to foster a secure attachment with them.
Use these techniques to help your children develop healthy attachment, which will help them manage their behavior and emotions appropriately.
Secure attachments help a child build the skills they will need to succeed in school and in their adult lives.