Transition Tips for Young Kids
From infancy onward, predictable routines are valuable to a child's day. Guided by actions within the home environment, routines are important in helping your children anticipate events that occur habitually throughout the day. Not only do routines help children feel safe and assured, it can help to develop cognitive skills, such as attention and memory. Just as an adult gauges time with a clock, children need cues from a caregiver during the day. Try some of these tips:Tips to help
KEY tip: Re-evaluate the needs of your children as they grow and develop. What worked 6 months ago, may need a little tweak as the needs of your family changes. We did a lot of 3 month checks to 6 month checks to see what's working and what was not!
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