Which Is Better, Rewards or Punishments? Neither Rewards and punishments are conditional, but our love and positive regard for our kids should be unconditional. Here’s how to change the conversation and the behavior. Follow this link to read the original article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/21/well/family/which-is-better-rewards-or-punishments-neither.html
The infographic below takes a look at how trauma affects children’s learning abilities, and what you as an educator or parent can do to help.
I have just recently read Mailonline (24th March 2017) and seeing a hilarious timelapsed video that parents posted of their twin boys having the time of their lives and feeling kinda sorry for those poor parents not getting any sleep and then probably having grumpy boys the next morning. I had noticed something that could […]
Attachment theory is real. And it’s important. I recently came across this article, and it provides a sobering insight into how important the bond is between a mother and child during the first year: http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/06/attachment-theory-motherhood-c-v-r.html It’s a very long article, so I recommend saving it into your favourite reader, like Pocket (https://getpocket.com/), for when you […]
Your night is calm and restful and thank goodness finally getting cooler as the wind starts blowing through the night hopefully bringing in some rain clouds which we have been looking forward to with the heat we have been having. But it doesn’t come unnoticed, a slight rumble in the distance and then – BANG! […]