Recently the commercial lobby made two big claims regarding the
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Giving young children choices and empowering them to make their own decisions will help prepare them for life. The early years are the best time for children to begin to learn about making choices and consequences. The ability to choose […]
Teaching Mindfulness to Young Children. by Anna Whitehead. Mindfulness can be described as the process of being aware. Sensations, thoughts or feelings are simply experienced for what they are, without judgment. Why would you be interested as a parent or […]
When Behaviour Issues Get to be Unmanageable. A member has asked if her service can legally terminate the enrolment of a child whose behaviour has left other children crying, disrupts the programme, and requires constant individual supervision. She’s worried what […]
Learning from Disabled Children. By Tim Kahn This article on Learning from Disabled Children is written from a UK perspective. Some terminology may not be commonplace in New Zealand but should still be apparent from the context. Disabled, but not […]