Monthly Archives: March 2016

Cuál es el problema? -Enseñanza de estrategias elementales para la resolución de problemas

By |March 25th, 2016|

Ya sea en el patio de recreo, el salón de clases o en una sala de conferencias, todos necesitamos habilidades para la resolución de los problemas.

¡Incluso tu bebé soluciona problemas! -Es posible que su problema del día de hoy sea ¿Y cómo le hago para llevarme el pulgar a la boca?

Conforme vaya creciendo, es posible […]

7 Tips for Helping Your Child Become a Great Problem Solver

By |March 25th, 2016|

Whether it’s the playground, the classroom or the conference room, everyone needs problem solving skills. Even as an infant, your child is problem solving – how can I get my thumb into my mouth may be the problem of the day to solve.

As your child gets a little older, you may be tempted to jump […]

¡Mírame! ¡Mírame! – ¡A ponerles atención!

By |March 21st, 2016|

Todos necesitamos atención a cualquier edad. Nos sentimos bien cuando alguien centra toda su atención en nosotros. Tu bebé y tus peques más mayores, también se sienten bien cuando reciben tu atención. La atención es más importante a esta edad que para nosotros los mayores. Para poder crecer de manera saludable, desarrollar la autoestima, y […]

Quality over Quantity: How to improve the time and attention you give to your children

By |March 21st, 2016|

Everyone at every age needs attention! It feels good when someone focuses his or her full attention on you. Being attentive also feels good to your infant or toddler (and older children). For children, getting attention is even more important than for adults. Children need attention in order to grow, develop self-esteem and a positive […]

17 St. Patrick’s Day Activities and Treats

By |March 16th, 2016|

Every year on the 17th of March we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a little bit of luck, fun green clothing, and plenty of traditional Irish goodies! We searched all over Pinterest and found our top 17 St. Patty’s Day inspired activities and treats to try with your little leprechaun this year!

 

1. Rainbow Fruit Salad […]

How to Know if Your Child Has a Concussion and What to Do About It

By |March 10th, 2016|

We know, getting a call from your child’s school reporting a head injury is scary business. Or, watching your child collide heads with another child, fall from a play structure, or bonk their head on any number of hard objects in their environment. Severe head injuries can be fairly easy to spot, and we all […]

¿Me arriesgo o no? – Es la pregunta

By |March 7th, 2016|

Es posible que no siempre lo califiques de riesgo, pero el riesgo comienza al nacer y continúa por toda la vida de tu peque. De manera consciente o inconsciente, tu peque y tú corren riesgos cuando:

Le mueves de la cuna a la cama.

Ya no se sostiene de la mesita y se puede parar sin tu […]

To Risk or Not To Risk – That is the Question

By |March 7th, 2016|

Perhaps you don’t always call it risk, but risk starts at birth and continues throughout your child’s life. You and your child are consciously or unconsciously taking risks when:

You move your child from a crib to a bed.

Your child lets go of the coffee table and stands on his or her own.

You choose a preschool […]