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How did the phrase “Use your words” come in relation to young children?

Posted in Toddlers on 30th October 2010

Question by Daisyhill : Where did the phrase “Use your words” come in relation to children ?
Whenever I hear Americans say that young children “Use the words” when the child is going crazy … Where does it come? I have to admit that irritates the heck out of me! Why not say “Calm down and tell me what is wrong” or “Calm down and tell me what you want” That’s what I tell my own children. Use “his words” is somewhat patronizing …. Best answer:

Reply by Jamie M
I agree. I am an American and that sounds stupid. When my son is being a brat and whining, I’ll tell him to calm down and tell me what is happening. Or simply say, “Quit whining. What do you want?” or even “I can not help when you’re acting that way. Now tell me what is wrong.” However, “use their words” sounds stupid. It’s like, duh.

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I have the book by Elizabeth Pantley, “no cry sleep solution for toddlers, but have an 8 months old – I SWOP

Posted in Toddlers on 30th October 2010

Ask for Sunshine : I have the book by Elizabeth Pantley, “no cry sleep solution for toddlers, but have an 8 months old – I SWOP that
I have an 8 month old and bought Elizabeth Pantley’s “cry sleep solution”, but the book supplier sent me the child rather than the book especially for babies. If the hassle of cutting up or content is very similar? Best answer:

Reply by Clint E
not burn all his books and drinking beer

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Fun Activities for Toddlers to Augment Childrens Growth

Posted in Toddlers on 26th October 2010

Fun Activities for Toddlers to Augment Childrens Growth

Many parents may not be aware of it, but the toys their children play with are crucial in a toddlers growth. Everything a toddler does during the first few years of his or her life is fundamental to their developing brains. There are so many fun activities for toddlers that allow your child to grow.  They soak up a lot information during this time that it is important for parents to have constructive toys around for their toddlers. If you think about the different toys out there, the majority of them are designed with bright colors, loud noises and various textures. This is because toddlers need to learn the various colors and textures. Having them on toys can help stimulate their brain growth.

Toys that are popular in toddler development to assist in their learning the different textures and shapes are building blocks and stuffed animals. You will want to get building blocks in as many sizes as you can to help your child learn that there can be bigger and smaller objects. Having your child play with rubber balls also is a terrific learning tool because they learn about another shape and how that one functions. At this young stage of their lives, it is imperative to give your child as many different shaped and textured toys as possible. This will help them utilize their imagination when they play.

Musical toys also be a huge part of children’s development. This is critical in the development of emotional intelligence in your toddler. These toys contribute to inspiring their minds through the interesting melodies of the songs. You can achieve this through toys or even through educational television shows. As your toddler gets a bit older, you can move them onto things like puzzles and matching games. This will help connect and create the neuron networks that your toddler needs for the rest of his or her life. Developing their reasoning and logic is an important part of childhood development.

Although it is tempting to get the multitude of computer and television games available, many people think that traditional toys are the top for toddler development. This is because it causes them to sit and play with one thing for a while. With television shows, children can become distracted easier and do not notice the important learning message. Many people believe that toddlers are able to establish listening skills and increase their focus when they play with traditional toys. So next time you purchase your toddler toys, reflect on the learning factor.  The fun activities for toddlers are endless.

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