How can we help the child feel less distracted?
Are you worried because your child
- always the same, nothing at all or just wants to do his own 'thing'?
- not hear or come when you call it to eat, and he does not care what what you want from him as a parent?
- is dominant, self-centered and tyrannical, and snaps when things don't go exactly the way the child wants?
This is a common problem. For some reason, some children have difficulty with the most basic milestones of early development and parents are desperate for support to help their child. In this Kaitel, I show you how to make your home a more conducive environment by implementing predictable timelines and ways to communicate that.
Your child can learn to fit in and feel less distracted ...
Here's how you can help your child:
In this chapter, we explore the fundamental importance of time, rhythm, and routines for a child's healthy development. This is because in order to develop a clear sense of self and to engage well with the world of others, a young child needs predictable and regular daily routines. Without this, there is a great risk that the child will develop dominating or bullying behaviors because he or she will feel disoriented, insecure, and distracted. This chapter consists of 7 lessons in which I show you how a child's sense of time develops, as well as many practical ideas on how to support your child in this process
Lesson 1: RHYTHMS and ROUTINES
Developing a sense of TIME
Lesson 3: EVERYDAY AND HOUSEHOLD TASKS
for daily INTERACTION with the child
Lesson 4: WEEKLY SCHEDULES & TIMETABLES
Structure for the WEEK
Lesson 5: CALENDARS
Structure of the YEAR/ PAST & FUTURE
Lesson 6: RITUALS & FAMILY TRADITIONS
Structure for the FAMILY
Lesson 7: SPECIAL TIMES
for the EMOTIONAL development of the child