Many children go through a period between two and four years – when the beats and biting is a form of communication, often the only one to Express this or that in their condition, for example: “I am angry” or “I want this.” Not having even the power of speech and, thus, not knowing how else to Express their wishes and requests, they tend to resort to using his fists or sharp baby teeth. Despite the fact that this is a normal stage of child development, such aggressiveness can turn into a habit. Children who, growing up, learn to suppress their aggression and to communicate with others using oral speech, often become real fighters. Through the fights, the children can produce their own things to which they aspire, but it will make them outcasts in the children’s company and other kids will be afraid of them.
If your child is in this phase of development, he may soon pass her. To bring this point (and to help protect other children!), you can use the tips that will help your child get rid of aggressive habits.
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How should respond to parents, caregivers manifestations of curiosity to the genitals? First, to understand the motivations of the children. They are driven by curiosity and in no way depravity, or an unhealthy desire. The girls, as did the opening four year old boy, there is no “Piwnica”, and the boys are not like girls “because they at the bottom of the tube” – concluded his same age, which began to attend kindergarten. This curiosity about genitalia, usually ends.
Secondly, you need to patiently explain to the kid what to behave, to peep, to expose genitals, touching them ugly and unworthy. As rightly pointed out by V. Levi, from early childhood boys and girls should learn the concept of “indecent”. In any case, we should not blame the child in raspotocje or to punish. Rigor in the assessment of parents such manifestations of sexual shamelessness should not cross this boundary, when the child begins to feel like a criminal.
Teachers of kindergartens are well aware that not all children (especially those who live in one-child families and did not attend for any reason, pre-schools), reaching school age, you know that boys differ from girls not only because they wear different clothes, but the structure of the genital organs.