Parenting Young Children
Infants, toddlers and preschoolers … they grow so rapidly and change so much during these early years. All the while, they’re absorbing lessons from you. Here’s some information helpful to parents of kids from birth to five years old:
Parenting Primer: A Handbook of Tips for Parents of Children Birth to Five Years – Check out these practical tips on how to address 24 common challenges – from tantrums to stealing to sibling fighting.
Parenting Primer (Spanish): A Handbook of Tips for Parents – Spanish language guide with practical tips on how to address 24 common challenges – from tantrums to stealing to sibling fighting.
Teaching Children to be Kind to Animals – Children can learn to be kind to animals at any age.
Kids and Restaurants – Helping your kids learn to behave in a restaurant can be tricky. Here are some ways to make dining out with kids more doable.
Instead of Lashing Out at Kids – Here are some ideas for parents who are losing their cool with their kids.
Postpartum Depression – Many women get depressed after childbirth. Here are some ways to tell if it’s serious and how to get help for postpartum depression, a serious mental health issue.
Home Rewards for Preschoolers – Rewards don’t have to mean toys or candy. Here some other ways to promote good behavior.
Parenting a Crying Baby – A crying baby can get on any parent’s nerves. Calm down and read some strategies for helping the baby.
Baby Safety Guide – PA Dept. of Health publication discusses safety for children birth to age 5.
No, I Won’t – What you can do when your child is defiant and opposes what you say.