Cute way to explain Santa.

Great way to explain Santa.Kinda made me tear up a little.I still remember learning the truth and how hard it was, but I never gave up believing in the spirit of Santa. I hope I will remember this for my children someday.

Such emotional outbursts tend to last for anything from 30 seconds to a few minutes or even a few hours. Though emotional outbursts are a part of growing up, sometimes dealing with an emotional child can leave you feeling frustrated. Here we present you ten effective ways on how to deal with emotional kids

10 Useful Tips To Deal With A Highly Emotional Child

Highly Emotional Child: As a parent, you must understand that your child is having an emotional breakdown as she is not able to convey her feelings to you through words.Here we present you ten effective ways on how to deal with emotional kids.

Love this for language through play! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Encourage Healthy Eating: A “Kid’s Restaurant”!

Printable menus- great for dramatic play! I need these for the Melissa & Doug felt food I'm giving for a present! - Looking to teach your kids about nutrition? Try setting up a kid's restaurant with these printable menus!

15 Play Ideas to Help Children Calm Down and Relax

Creative Playhouse: 15 Play Ideas to Help Children Calm Down and Relax. Love the sensory balloons!

The stage EYFS outdoor area

The stage EYFS outdoor area. could use the blocks to make the stage area with a red blanket overtop

Creating collages using facial features cup out from magazines. EYFS

Creating collages using facial features cup out from magazines. EYFS links to UTW, EAD, Lit and PD.

pThis EYFS Personal, Social and Emotional Development activity focuses on learning to play with other children and taking turns./p

pThis EYFS Personal, Social and Emotional Development activity focuses on learning to play with other children and taking turns.

Learn the Underwear Rule: a guide to keep children safe from abuse. Our NSPCC advice to help parents have simple conversations with their children about staying safe: http://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/

Learn the Underwear Rule: a guide to keep children safe from abuse. Our NSPCC…

pThis EYFS Expressive Arts  Designactivity encourages you to sing repetitive songs and rhymes with your child, which are ideal for helping develop intellectual skills./p

pThis EYFS Expressive Arts Designactivity encourages you to sing repetitive songs and rhymes with your child, which are ideal for helping develop intellectual skills.

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