10 Tips for Working With Kids

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  1. Maddie Ruud profile image76
    Maddie Ruudposted 8 years ago

    10 Tips for Working With Kids

  2. Tammyskids profile image60
    Tammyskidsposted 8 years ago

    #1 let kids be kids
    #2 always have something to occupy them
    #3 its wonderful to cook with your children and get their ideal on what they like and dislike.
    #4 have age appropaite toys for each child
    #5make plans to take and spend special time with each child you never know what you might learn
    #6 plan outtings with each child making sure it is something that that child would enjoy doing
    #7 as long as each child is at an age where they still need their rest make sure they get it .a healthy and well rested child is a happy child.
    #8 make sure you have well rounded meal times  with  colorful and interesting food
    #9let every child know that they can get what ever they want from your kitchen cabinets and refridge
    # 10 and allways assure your kids that you love and respect them .

  3. mimind profile image59
    mimindposted 8 years ago

    1. Set clear expectations (rules etc)
    2. Follow through on what you tell children (good or bad)
    3. Don't feel you must engage them all the time they can amuse themselves
    4. Allow for choices but limit (younger the age smaller the choices yellow or blue.)
    5. utalize non-verbal cues (facial expressions, proximity etc)
    6. Have items stored away for rainy days dont have all toys avaliable 24 -7 or they get tired of them
    7. All children should learn responsability by helping clean, cook etc as they are able
    8. Stress the good actions over the bad
    9. Listen to what they say and watch them so they know you find them interesting
    10. Dont baby talk them treat them with respect and answer questions etc in a way apprpriate for their current age

  4. profile image0
    Medkh9posted 8 years ago

    1- patience
    2- use of visual aids like images, photos ect
    3-challenging them in a competitive atmosphere
    4-constantly motivating them
    5- offering treats and gifts to the best ones
    6-involve kids in tasks and do not do them alone
    7-listehn to them more than you talk
    8-maintain a family like bonds with them
    9-love them from your heart and let them feel this love
    10-set a demeanour code for everyone to follow and be their epitomy in everything especially good behaviour and punctuality

  5. leni sands profile image80
    leni sandsposted 8 years ago

    Patience, understanding, kindness, consistency and of course a sense of humour - these are the initial priorities!


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