Samichlaus verses and sayings

Swiss children do not look forward to St. Nicholas on 6 December, but to the Santa Claus. To ensure that the visit of the Samichlaus for your child in positive memory, you should prepare your child but a few days before by telling him about the visit. This also increases his anticipation. The Samichlaus likes to hear poems.
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So you avoid threats

we all know this: your kindergartner is doing something that it should not, over and over again. Until you finally freak out and threaten that ""it can happen at once,"" that you ""lock it in his room,"" that the birthday party fails, or something similar. This is not a good idea. Tell your child exactly what you want from him.
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Milestones of development: learning responsibility

How will my child develop personal responsibility? As your child grows older, it will learn - and ask - to take more things into their own hands, from brushing their teeth to helping them in the home. This is an important step in the personal and social development of your child, even if you may be mixed with the whole.
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When your child loses his deciduous teeth

When do the milk teeth fall out? ""My tooth is loose! ""These words mark the beginning of an important development in your child's life. The deciduous teeth must fall out to make room for the permanent teeth. This process takes six or more years. Most children are excited when their teeth wobble (and look forward to visiting the Tooth Fairy)
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Nightmare: Why They Occur and What You Can Do About It

What is a night terror? A night terror is a disturbance of sleep where your child suddenly sits upright in bed, crying, screaming, moaning or muttering, eyes wide open but not really awake. Because your child is stuck in a kind of gray area between sleep and wakefulness, it does not perceive your presence and will not respond to what you do or say.
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Why do kindergarten children bite?

Why do kindergarten children bite? Whether you have to worry about biting your kindergarten child depends very much on the age and development of the child. Sometimes it's just a phase. If an infant who is still younger than two years bites, it is still ""age-appropriate behavior."" A two-year-old child can not yet understand that it hurts someone else.
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Ten Ways To Boost Your Child's Confidence

Childlike Self-Esteem Strengthening the self-confidence of your kindergarten child is associated with a great responsibility - after all The self-esteem of your child is the basis of your future when it begins to go its own way. ""Self-confidence comes from a sense of belonging, belief in one's own ability
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How to teach your kindergartner

What to Expect at This Age A 3- to 4-year-old child may be due to He does not always pay attention to his development or take on greater responsibility for others in the family, not to mention in society - even though it certainly knows by now that it is not the center of the universe! It can not do any housework yet and not alone can fulfill its own everyday needs.
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Your imaginative child

What to expect at this age (3-4 years) It should not surprise you at this time, a princess, a unicorn, batman or a tyrannosaurus rex to be found in your apartment. Children are by nature imaginative and the imagination of your kindergarten child is now blossoming. With the increasing verbal abilities of your child you are more and more initiated into this fantasy world.
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Food allergies in toddlers and kindergartners

What is a food allergy? Food allergies arise when our immune system produces antibodies in response to a protein in the diet that is normally considered harmless. Food allergies are more common in people who come from families with allergies, such as asthma, hay fever, or eczema. If your child has a food allergy
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Why consequence in the education is so important

Why is consequence so important? In one thing, all education experts agree: consequence is indispensable. Your children need to be able to predict how they will react (If I do not brush my teeth myself, it'll be mum, but dental care must be, there's no exception to that). Inconsistency, on the other hand
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How to Talk to Your Child about a Disaster or Disaster

What you can expect at this age When a big calamity happens , the little children can move profoundly. It does not matter if it is a natural disaster (flood or fire) or caused by humans (a terrorist act or a revolt) - such events undermine the deep need of a child in kindergarten to see the world as a safe and predictable place
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Child-friendly education

What to Expect of a 4 Year Old Kindergarters begin to relate to their gender to identify. Boys do not want to be considered girls and vice versa. They are now looking more closely at their bodies to determine the differences: ""I am a boy because I have a penis."" Uncle Ralf is also a boy, so he must also have a penis.
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How do I talk about death with a child in kindergarten age

What can one expect at this age? Talking about death with a small child is one of the hardest topics to tackle, especially if you're struggling to cope with your own pain. However, it is an inevitable part of our lives and children want to understand it and find their own way to mourn. Most children know something about death early on.
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Nails chewing: where it comes from and what you can do about it

Why do kindergarten kids chew on their nails? When children chew nails, it can be for a variety of reasons: boredom, curiosity, stress or habit. Nail biting is the most common of the so-called ""nervous habits"" (others are thumb sucking, nasal cannulation, turning hair around fingers and teeth grinding).
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Nightmares: Why Children Have It and What You Can Do

What is a nightmare? If your child jumps out of bed screaming and scared and finds it hard to fall asleep, it's probably been a nightmare. These fearsome incidents often happen in the second half of the night when most people dream. Nightmares can be caused by a disturbing reading history, a frightening video at bedtime
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Diarrhea in kindergarten children (diarrhea)

How do I detect diarrhea in my kindergarten child? That depends on how your child's bowel movements normally look. Some children have several bowel movements a day, while others can do without bowel movements for several days. A one-time, softer chair is not a cause for concern, but if the rhythm of your child's bowel movement changes - d.
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How do I tell my child that we divorce?

What your child knows - and what it needs to know Little children may never have The word ""divorce"" is one that can and does not really begin with ""separation"" - because you often only understand this as a normal (and therefore short) farewell. Two-year-olds are unlikely to understand the difference as long as both parents remain accessible
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How to handle it when your child comes to bed at night

Why do kids wake up at night Why does my child sleep at night? not through? That's a question that many overworked parents have been thinking about. You may be surprised to learn that no child - and by the way no adult - really sleeps through the night. Waking up at night is a normal part of our sleep cycles
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This is how your child gets all the essential vitamins and nutrients

How do I get my child to eat healthily? A healthy, balanced diet provides your kindergarten child with all the vitamins and nutrients needed to grow healthily. But it's not always easy to stick to it. Do not worry - most children will eventually have a phase where they mess up everything and even spurn the most delicious meal.
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Parenting - From when can I teach good behavior to my child? Parenting

From when can I teach good behavior to my child?

Good behavior is learnable Your kindergarten child is a bit too small for perfect manners, but you can now start with the first attempts. Start with elemental things. ""Thanks"" and ""asking"" to say are new experiences for a child and it takes time for such forms of courtesy to become a habit. Begin with these first steps of courtesy and then move on.
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