Positive Parenting Tips for Toddlers
Talking to Toddlers is a program that offers effective parenting tips to help shape behavior in toddlers. It is a creation of Chris Thompson, a parenting professional and certified NLP practitioner. No doubt he has all it takes to address the issue of parenting. The program helps parents understand problems often experienced by children, include the reasons behind their behaviors. In most cases, parents communicate to children in inappropriate ways without know. This may lead kids to behave contrary to parents expectations. This is among the major problems this program helps to fix. You will be able to learn about the word you often misuse and evoke bad reactions from kids. Kids are often misunderstood and this makes it difficult for them to learn. This guide has helped thousands of parents across the world and it is going to help you too. Buy it today and start learning the best strategies you can use to train your children. Continue reading...
Talking To Toddlers Summary
4.8 stars out of 16 votes
Contents: Audio Course
Author: Chris Thompson
Official Website: talkingtotoddlers.com
My Talking To Toddlers Review
I usually find books written on this category hard to understand and full of jargon. But the author was capable of presenting advanced techniques in an extremely easy to understand language.
All the modules inside this ebook are very detailed and explanatory, there is nothing as comprehensive as this guide.
Bridget Giraldo is a licensed, American Speech-language Hearing Association (ASHA) certified, and a speech-language pathologist. She provides knowledge and the expertise to assist others to enhance their communication skills; parents especially benefit from her helpful tips concerning simple ideas on how to include language and speech activities daily as they interact with their young ones. Bridget has worked in inpatient rehab, acute care, sub-acute care, private and public schools, private practice, and out-patient rehab. Her main objective in most of her publications is to empower all parents, professionals, and any caregiver in the aspect of speech and language therapy. The speech-language pathologist has a website called speech therapy talk where she shares plenty of ideas that touch on language and speech therapy as well as other practical, easy activities to do at home. The book Toddler talk: Technique and games are designed to give directions to parents so that they become the driving force of change for their children; it provides parents with professional and therapy ideas. The book will help children to develop life-changing skills crucial for academic and social development. The eBook is available online; download a copy. Every suggestion has been well proven to be practical and effective. Continue reading...
Toddler Talk Techniques & Games Summary
Author: Bridget Giraldo
The human adolescent growth spurt - or rather the very slow period of growth between weaning and puberty that precedes the spurt, is unique. The spurt has variously been seen as a kind of catch-up growth following a period of prolonged and intensive calorific investment in brain growth, or alternatively as the end of a period when it is socially advantageous to be small during the long human learning process (Bogin, 1990, 1999). Gurven and Walker (2006), however, argue that the very slow period of growth between weaning and puberty in modern humans enables mothers to support more infants at any one time because their combined body mass is small and their energy requirements are thus lower for as long as possible before sexual maturity. For a slowed late childhood growth to be favored, we suspect that stacking multiple dependents in a family unit must have increased survival for both toddler and adolescent, while moderating energy demands. Either way, the...
What shapes life history strategy in humans or other mammals Two major contributors are extrinsic mortality and available energy. The human strategy of high quality (large brained) offspring, slow growth and development, and long life depends, in theory, on low mortality and rich resources. When mortality rates are low, reproductive success may be maximised by postponing age at first reproduction for as long as possible and by spreading reproductive output into adulthood over as long a period as possible (Charnov, 1991, 1993 Harvey and Nee, 1991 Stearns, 1992). Yet quality offspring, a prolonged life history profile and a long period of dependency add up to a costly and risky strategy. In parallel with our prolonged life history, however, humans appear to have evolved mechanisms for reducing costs or constraints imposed by extremely slow maturation (Lovejoy, 1981 Smith and Tompkins, 1995 Allman and Hasenstaub, 1999 Hawkes, 2006 Robson et al., 2006). Examples are adaptations in Table...
Shane was my friend Lisa's older brother. I was seventeen and he was twenty-three. Shane was the only person I'd ever been friends with who'd been alive in the 1960s. Of course, he'd only been a toddler, but that wasn't the way I thought about it. Shane was so old that he'd been alive in history.
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