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The Inner Workings Of Your Child's Brain

Erikson's Stages Of Psychosocial Development

Erik Erikson (1902-1994) was a pupil of Sigmund Freud and the first child psychoanalyst in Boston. After extensive study of children from various cultural backgrounds and areas he began to compile this information to form his theories on developme...

Social And Emotional Skills

What to Expect at Different Ages

20 Helpful Tips To Understand Your Child Psychology

As a parent, understanding your child is something you start doing from probably the first day your baby is born. This is undoubtedly one of the most essential things that you must learn as a responsible parent. From teething pains to colic to nap...

Learning Styles

7 styles of learning

Stages Of Speech And Language Development

Stages of speech and language development in your child as they grow.

Anger And Feelings Worksheets For Kids

Make your child fill this to enforce positive ways of dealing with anger

Understanding Attachment

There has been a lot of back and forth about the merit of attachment parenting, a style of parenting that emphasizes the importance of a secure and close relationship between the parent and child.

5 Types And 9 Ways To Deal With Anxiety In Children

Does your child frequently panic at smallest of things? Is your child constantly nervous and scared for some unknown reason? Anxiety is a state of nervousness that brings along with it variety of mental disorders, accompanied by bouts of panic att...

Chart Of Jean Piaget's Stages Of Cognitive Development

Jean Piaget was a developmental psychologist best known for his theory of cognitive development. Piaget's stages deal with the nature of knowledge (epistemology) and how humans come to gradually acquire it.

Why Do Kids Whine? - Positive Parenting Solutions

Nails on a chalkboard – that’s what it sounds like to a parent when we hear our kids whine. So why do kids whine? In most cases, it’s because we let them. Yes, kids whine sometimes because they’re overtired or hungry. In these cases, it’s best to ...

Parenting Styles

Parenting style refers to the normative patterns of behavior and tactics that parents use to socialize and control their children.

Positive Discipline: The Wheel Of Choice

The wheel of choice provides an excellent way to focus on solutions, especially when kids are involved in creating the Wheel of Choice.

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Parenting - Other | 0-18y

The Inner Workings Of Your Child's Brain

Swasthika SrinivasanSwasthika Srinivasan
A peek into your child's brain