Presentation Title

The Young Children or The Yelling Critters

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Bachelor's Degree

Presentation Abstract

Parents wonder…….

Why on earth does my child have to………. Oh no, I can’t believe she does that every day…….!!! You are too big to act this way….

This training will focus on recognizing and identifying characteristics of the young child; understanding the uniqueness of each child as well as some similarities- and the importance of how as a parent we understand both, mainly when trying to understand and amend inapporiate behaviors.

1) We will recognize how :Self-Esteem & Communication impact behaviors in the young child

Is your little on a little defiant lately? How about a foot stomp, or an eye glare? Well, this is quite typical for a young child that is trying to establish himself. Who am I? How far can I go if I do this? This session will allow us to recognize when it’s MISBEHAVIOR, verses DAP BEHAVIOR

2) Participants will identify how Cooperation & Discipline are reflective of behaviors in the young child

Consistently we hear the word “NO “quite often, once language is acquired. It doesn’t seem to matter what we ask them, the answer is NO. If they’re on the sofa, passing out and can’t keep their eyes open, and the parent says, “are you sleepy”? The response will be, “N0”! So getting your little one to assist with anything that, YES, is the goal, is a big deal. Also when children are very young it is essential and developmentally necessary to teach them skills that they will need in society, as well as consequence, such as disciplines that may occur as a result of an inappropriate choice. Learning to cooperate, take ownership of a choice and problem solve are key skills to assist our children with appropriate growth in several developmental areas; social, emotional and even physical. We will find out how and why behaviors indicate if a young child will indeed be cooperative and what types of discipline will assist us with helping the young child grow and develop appropriately in this area.

3) Finally Participants will learn a few ways to nurture the young child. What are the appropriate ways to ….JUST CALM DOWN? Why and How does Social & Emotional situations play into certain behaviors with our young children will also be explored.

Well, let’s see, there are several key tools in assisting young children in social and emotional development, so we will look mainly at how to approach particular situations, for positive and appropriate results. Is imitation the best form of flattery? Not if you, as the primary care giver blows your top, often!!!

T. Y. C.-1.pptx (45 kB)
Power Point to be printed

ACTIVITY 1 & 2.docx (13 kB)
Activity handouts to be printed

HANDOUT 1-How to Understand Your Child''s Temperament.docx (28 kB)
Handout 1 to be printed

HANDOUT 2- GOALS OF MISBEHAVIOR CHART.docx (84 kB)
Handout 2 to be printed

CASE STUDY.docx (17 kB)
Case studies to be printed

This document is currently not available here.

Share

COinS
 

The Young Children or The Yelling Critters

Parents wonder…….

Why on earth does my child have to………. Oh no, I can’t believe she does that every day…….!!! You are too big to act this way….

This training will focus on recognizing and identifying characteristics of the young child; understanding the uniqueness of each child as well as some similarities- and the importance of how as a parent we understand both, mainly when trying to understand and amend inapporiate behaviors.

1) We will recognize how :Self-Esteem & Communication impact behaviors in the young child

Is your little on a little defiant lately? How about a foot stomp, or an eye glare? Well, this is quite typical for a young child that is trying to establish himself. Who am I? How far can I go if I do this? This session will allow us to recognize when it’s MISBEHAVIOR, verses DAP BEHAVIOR

2) Participants will identify how Cooperation & Discipline are reflective of behaviors in the young child

Consistently we hear the word “NO “quite often, once language is acquired. It doesn’t seem to matter what we ask them, the answer is NO. If they’re on the sofa, passing out and can’t keep their eyes open, and the parent says, “are you sleepy”? The response will be, “N0”! So getting your little one to assist with anything that, YES, is the goal, is a big deal. Also when children are very young it is essential and developmentally necessary to teach them skills that they will need in society, as well as consequence, such as disciplines that may occur as a result of an inappropriate choice. Learning to cooperate, take ownership of a choice and problem solve are key skills to assist our children with appropriate growth in several developmental areas; social, emotional and even physical. We will find out how and why behaviors indicate if a young child will indeed be cooperative and what types of discipline will assist us with helping the young child grow and develop appropriately in this area.

3) Finally Participants will learn a few ways to nurture the young child. What are the appropriate ways to ….JUST CALM DOWN? Why and How does Social & Emotional situations play into certain behaviors with our young children will also be explored.

Well, let’s see, there are several key tools in assisting young children in social and emotional development, so we will look mainly at how to approach particular situations, for positive and appropriate results. Is imitation the best form of flattery? Not if you, as the primary care giver blows your top, often!!!