Wearing a mask every day can take getting used to, especially for young children. Using some tools from the Tuesday’s Child framework can help make it easier.
For kids, mindfulness can mean paying full attention to something, or slowing down and taking your time to notice everything. In challenging times, mindfulness is important to ground yourself and have a way to collect yourself.
Sensory activities are activities that incorporate the five senses. They are particularly important for children because sensory stimulation is essential to brain development.
Here at Tuesday’s Child, one of the first things you will learn is how to use praise in order to increase desired behaviors from your child. Based on several research studies, praise has been proven to increase compliance and other positive behaviors both at home and in the classroom.
Changes in schedules can be overwhelming and scary. And children need routines more than most. Tuesday’s Child Graduate Intern, Gabrielle Hillman, is here with some tips.
What to do if your child refuses to greet a family member with hugs or kisses
by: JoAnne Loper, Director of Parent Education, Tuesday’s Child B4Stage4 – A movement to identify mental health issues early As spring weather swirls around us – rain, wind and thunderstorms – I watch my adult son anxiously read and re-read
National Child Abuse Prevention Month: Utilizing Healthy Discipline to Support Your Child’s Development By: Ashley Brugger, Tuesday’s Child Intern Knowing how and when to discipline your child can be a difficult task. Before discipline should take place, it is important
By: Fran Smith Our goal is to raise children who can deal with life’s bumps and bruises, bounce back from the difficult times and find happiness in “less than ideal” situations. Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg in his book, Building Resilience in
In recognition of National Parent Leadership Month by: Katie Conklin, LPC, Program Director Recently I attended an initial IEP (Individual Education Plan) meeting where mom walked into the room, pulled out a framed picture of her beautiful, smiling little boy