Learning - Life Skills | 3-10 yrs

Answers To Your Child's Tough Questions

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If you have a toddler, the chances are you have already faced some tough, and at times, embarrassing questions your child has put to you.

If you have been thinking about how to explain to him how things work in a logical, age-appropriate way, we are here to help you by giving you some of the answers to the tough questions. Read this ClipBook to know more.  

Why Kids Ask ‘Why?’

Children ask tons of questions; one analysis put preschoolers at 76 per hour. Most of the time they’re looking for facts, but as they turn into kindergarteners, the little detectives start fishing for causes: Just four per cent of 2-year-olds’ que...

A List Of Some Of The Toughest Questions Asked By Children

Basic questions from children about the planet, outer space and the human body leave most parents unable to give a correct answer, according to a survey of 2,500 parents. It also reveals some of the strategies and concocted stories parents use to...

How To Answer The Tough Questions

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Odds are your kid is eventually going to ask you all 10 of these uncomfortable questions. So you might want to start working on your answers now and be prepared when they lob the tough ones at you.

Answers To Children's Questions That Usually Stump Parents

Sometimes kids’ questions leave us wondering whether to laugh or cry. But for the child, it’s important to learn the answer – they don’t want to be ignored, lied to, or laughed at. Watch this clip to know the right answers to the questions that us...

Tough Questions Children Ask Their Grandparents

New York psychologist and author Dr. Susan Bartell, Psy.D, explains what grandparents should say when they face difficult questions. Her first piece of advice: Follow the parents' lead. "It's never in your best interest to contradict the parents,"...

Smart Ways To Tackle The Tough Topics

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A Book To Help You Find The Right Answers

What do you say when your kids ask about why those two men were kissing each other? When your kids want to know why God allows hurricanes and earthquakes to happen? When they ask why Grandma and Grandpa got divorced? How can you explain these diff...

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