Posted on: 01.12.2022.
We talk about child-to-child violence when one or more children intentionally and repeatedly disturb, injure, attack, or exclude another child who cannot defend themselves. This violence can be physical as physical injuries caused by pinching, hitting, biting, etc., and psychological, which refers to mocking, teasing, insulting, etc. Children may be threatened by violent peers, rejection, gossip, and taking or destroying personal belongings.
Posted on: 29.08.2022.
Although schools really try to offer children a quality nutritious meal, very often children do not want to eat what is on the menu that day or have a certain picky period. It is very important to understand that every time a child goes to school is stressful for them, both for those who sit down in school for the first time and for those children who have to get used to the school duties again after the long summertime holidays. Whichever of those groups your child falls into, it is important that they eat properly and good quality food.
Breakfast is the most important thing in this story, and if your little ones are not morning eaters, we have prepared a few suggestions that they can take with them as a snack.
Posted on: 10.08.2022.
Empathy is defined as the ability to recognize and understand the emotions of others. When a child experiences empathy it means that they understand how the other person feels in a particular situation and that they can imagine how they would feel if they were in the same situation. It is important to note that empathy is closely related to the awareness of one's own emotional states. In other words, the more aware a child is of their own emotional states, the more accurately they will recognize others' emotions.
Posted on: 13.07.2022.
Nightmares are frightening dreams that occur during the REM sleep phase, which is characterized by dreaming. A child who has a nightmare wakes up completely and is usually very anxious and upset, and may or may not remember the dreamed contents.