Social Skills/Life Skills(All Age Children)

Research has shown that the earlier children start practicing their social skills, the better their future sense of self and relationships with others will be.  The following articles were sent to me by a person from Walnut, CA.  She is affiliated with .

New Baby Sibling: Helping Your Older Child (or Children) Adjust Even if your little one is already an older brother or sister, the addition of a new family member is a big change. This article has helpful tips on how to help your child adjust to your new bundle of joy. Household Quotes - Keeping Children Safe at home - It contains keeping children safe from medicines, harmful chemicals, electical appliances, and much more. This site was recommended by a person from Manchester in the United Kingdom.

Helping Your Child Make New Friends Friendships during early childhood are an important part of your child’s development, and this PBS article will help you encourage your youngster to cultivate these relationships.

How to – Safely! – Introduce a Dog to Your ChildrenEven the coyest of kiddos can be animal lovers. This guide will assist you in helping foster the bond between your child and four-legged friend. Dogs and Children: 11 Tips for a Harmonious Relationship: It is so important to teach children the right way to behave around doggy family members. This site also has pictures of dog body language. This site was recommended by a person from Whitianga, New Zealand. This site has a article about how parents can foster self-esteem in their children. It was recommended by an educator in Cary, N.C.

10 Tips for Transition to Child Care
The journey of going to daycare or school after being cared for at home by mom or dad can be an exciting experience, even if your child is initially hesitant. This article offers suggestions on how to overcome obstacles during this transition.

How to Introduce Your Children to a New Partner After Divorce
Introducing your child to a new significant other may feel a bit intimidating at first, both for single parents and their children. This article offers valuable insight on how to support your child through this process. The Recovery Village is an organization with locations across the country, dedicated to providing the best treatment possible to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. It is their philosophy that all individuals with the desire and ability to seek treatment are provided with the highest quality care at reasonable rates.
They strive to have their website be an educational resource by hosting helpful articles, blog posts, and resource pages to increase understanding and awareness of addiction - a disease that affects so many. This site was recommended by a person from Orlando, Florida.

Organization Skills Teaching Organization Skills - This site has many resources in how to be organized and the reasons for being that way. This is site was recommended by a person from San Antonio, TX.

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