For parents, neurobiology now provides insights into how our memories affect our everyday interactions with our children, and helps us understand how we can repair the damage left by our own difficult early experiences.
Our children can pick really inconvenient times to melt down; they throw themselves on the floor in a flood of tears and refuse to go anywhere! They frustrate us when we are trying to get
Children with high anxiety spend much of their time “on guard,” on the lookout for potential dangers. You can use dramatic play to help loosen up this hypervigilance. Here’s three games you can play to
Shelley Macy, Coordinator for Early Childhood Education at Northwest Indian College in Bellingham, WA, and I recently gave a presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. We