Teaching your child to stay safe near traffic is one of the most vital lessons a parent can give.
Good habits brush your teeth twice daily exercise daily take three meals in a day. we’re clean clothes always speak the truth go to school on time finish your homework regularly respect your elders.
Words well words like please thank you and excuse me how do I use them can I use them any time sure when you ask for something like food you should say may I please have some food and always say thank you when someone does something nice for you oh.
Brushing your teeth is an important part of your oral hygiene routine.
It’s fun riding a bus, but standing is dangerous if the bus is moving. Students learn when it’s important to stay seated.
If Asked to Help a Stranger – Say no and walk away; they should be asking for an adult’s help, not yours! If an adult asks you to help them find their dog, carry items to their car, or help them do something, it’s okay to say no.
The most important lesson kids can learn from working together as a team is how to effectively communicate with others.
Children learn that violence is never okay, that they can manage their anger and other strong feelings, and that they’re capable of positive, loving actions—like playing, making music, learning, counting, helping, taking care, and much more.
How can parents help kids learn to manage their anger? Start with yourself. De-Escalate. Remember that all feelings are allowed. Give your child ways to manage his angry impulses in the moment. Help your child be aware of her “warning signs.” Set limits on aggression. Don’t send a child away to “calm down” by herself.
The Internet can be wonderful for kids. They can use it to research school reports, communicate with teachers and other kids, and play interactive games. But online access also comes with risks, like inappropriate content, cyberbullying, and online predators.