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By Sandra Heriot, Ivan Beale

A toddler who succeeds in class not just enjoys studying, but in addition understands how one can examine. Is Your baby prepared for college? indicates you, the father or mother, tips on how to arrange your baby for college and the way to nourish interest in order that studying is a favorable and enjoyable event. The authors clarify studying and the way to motivate it in a manner that you're going to locate effortless to appreciate and straightforward to use together with your personal children.

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Your child will complain to you about other children – who did what to whom, who wasn’t fair, who cheated, and so on. Listen carefully and sympathetically and make suggestions about what might be going on in these social situations. • Help your child develop strategies for resolving social problems. When your child asks you about the behaviour of playmates, prompt him to offer ideas about what is going on, why it happens that way, and what might be some good things to do in response. Help children to learn to consider possible outcomes of what they might want to do when a problem arises.

The activities in Appendix II give examples of how activities can be structured. • Do learning activities at times when tiredness or irritability are least likely. Early in the day is a good time for a child to learn tasks that require a lot of thought or concentration. After lunch might be a good time for play and activities that don’t need a lot of concentration. indd Sec1:27 11/8/04 13:38:02 { Is your child ready f or school? other things. That way it’s easier for you to be around to minimise distractions and to provide encouragement to keep your child going.

For formal activities, plenty of guidance early on will ensure success. • Remember, most things can be done more than one way, and your child may want to do it differently to you. indd Sec1:38 11/8/04 13:38:05 Learning motor skills { to use the left hand where you would use the right, let her do it her way. Battlegrounds aren’t good places for learning. • If it’s a complex or difficult motor skill, like tying shoelaces, use the approach described in the next chapter. • It’s great if you have a yard with some things to throw a ball at or into.

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