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    • TEACH CHILDREN RESPONSIBILITY WHEN THEY ARE YOUNG

      Although raising children can be a beautiful experience, it can be challenging at times. Especially when we’re trying to teach small children how to build manners and responsibility. Children are completely unaware of what it means to be responsible and exhibit good manners. They aren’t born automatically knowing how to behave. It is our responsibility to teach them how to be a respectful person. The first and most important step to teaching your child responsibility is to lead by example. Some parents make the mistake of thinking that small children are too young to notice the difference, but that’s not true at all. Lead by Example When children are small, they’re like sponges. They soak up everything they see and hear. So, it’s important to make sure you’re always trying your best to be responsible and respectful around your children. Especially when they’re small. Not only will they mimic your behavior, but it will stick with them when they’re older. Something as simple as always saying please and thank you can make a big difference in behavioral patterns. When a child grows up watching their parents use manners like this, it becomes a normal part of their life. Saying please, thank you, and holding doors open for people will just be normal human behavior to them. Teach Them to Keep Their Word At first, there is no need to teach your child what “keeping their word” means because it may be too complicated for them to understand. Instead, teach them to do it naturally by always keeping your word. If they see that you always keep your promises, they will follow your good example. The next thing you can do is encourage them to practice keeping their word according to different situations. It should be done gradually. Try something simple at first, then gradually introduce a more complicated scenario. For example, if you tell your child to stop playing, but they refuse, let them play for about 10 minutes more. Then when the time comes, tell your child their 10 minutes has passed. Most children will stop on their own without any difficulty at this point. If you tell your child one day that they have to stop playing when dinner is on the table, and they do it without a hitch, they are ready to learn what keeping their word is all about. Now that they’ve gotten some practice keeping their word, the time has come to talk to them more about it. There is always a way to get a small child to listen to what you’re saying. Yes, you’ll probably have to repeat it a few times (okay a lot of times), but eventually, they will start to catch on to what you’re saying. First, explain what it means to “keep your word”. Then explain why it’s so important for them always to try and keep their promises. Use scenarios that a child would understand better. For example, you could ask them how they would feel if you gave your word that they could have ice cream after dinner, but told them no when dessert time came around. You can allow your child to play 5 minutes longer before bed if they promise to“keep their word” and get right in bed after 5 minutes. Make sure they follow through and get right to bed afterward. Doing things like this will help them realize that things go a lot smoother when you stick to your promises. Teaching your child to keep their word will instill good morals and honesty. Believe it or not, it can also help make things a little easier for us as parents too. As your child gets older and becomes a teenager, you’ll be able to trust them more when they tell you they’re giving you their word. Always Clean Up After Yourself Most parents will tell you that one of their biggest struggles is getting their kids to clean up their room or getting them to clean anything for that matter. The best way to get your children to clean up after themselves is to start teaching them to clean their room and pick up their toys at a young age. Whenever your child takes some toys out, encourage them to clean up when they’re done. Sometimes that can be easier said than done, which is why it may help to make cleaning seem like a fun task. For example, you can play “the time” game with them. Ask your child if they want to play the time game. Tell them that to win the game, they must pick up all the toys on their floor in ten minutes. It doesn’t matter how you make it fun for them, just make sure they’re enjoying what they’re doing. It will make cleaning up a fun activity for them, and they will eventually start to show an initiative to clean up all by themselves. Always Encourage A “Do It Yourself” Attitude If your child makes a big deal out of doing everything by themselves, you should encourage it. Our kids will always be our babies. However, if we insist on doing everything for them, they will get used to relying on someone else to handle their responsibilities and their issues. A child that is encouraged to do things for themselves will develop independence and a can-do attitude. They’re also less likely to give up on something easily because they’re used to figuring things out by themselves. This is also something that will stick with your child into adulthood. If you encourage them to do things for themselves, they won’t depend on others when they’re older. Don’t Let Your Child Play the Blame Game If your child forgets to do something or gets in trouble and starts pointing fingers at everyone else, don’t turn a blind eye to it. Gently explain to your child why it’s not right to point the blame on others when things aren’t going right for them. This is important because it will teach your children to take responsibility for their actions. They will accept that a mistake has been made and they’ll be more likely to try and fix their problems on their own. You should also make your child aware that they’re also hurting the person that they’re blaming for their mistakes. This will help them understand that their actions can have an impact on other people. Never Give-Into a Tantrum No matter what, don’t ever give your children what they want because they’re throwing a tantrum. Your child will always think that they can get what they want by acting out, and that can become very dangerous as they get older. When you give in to a tantrum, on some level, your child is going to think that’s acceptable behavior. After your child has calmed down, explain to them that they will never get what they want in life by acting out like that. Tell them that they should apologize. Once they’ve apologized, give your little one a treat. This will help them realize that good manners and respect will work a lot better than throwing a tantrum. It’s also important for us as parents to stay calm during a tantrum. Believe me, I know that’s a lot easier said than done, but try your very best not to lose your patience. Just relax, remind yourself that they’re just kids and this will pass in a few minutes. Don’t ever worry about what people around you are thinking, because the truth is that almost every parent knows what it’s like to be in your situation. Just calmly pick your child up and walk away. Don’t even say a word until they’ve calmed down. If you start to get frustrated, it will make the situation worse for everyone involved. Remember, kids will mimic exactly what you do. So, it’s essential to keep yourself composed. GeniusKIDDY boards - Educational and Learning Toys for Toddlers of about 2 years old

    • How The ‘Play to Learn’ Method Can Help Your Child

      You have no doubt heard the term, play to learn or learning through playing. But this is not something that a child invented so parents would let them play more! Studies have been shown that up until the age of 8 and especially kindergarten age, children learn far more through playing that we realize. Today we are looking at why and how playtime is helping your child develop and learn. Playtime Helps Develop Their Imagination From about the age of two, children learn to use their imagination to fulfill their needs. For example, what we see as a simple bit of wood, to them can be used for a million different things. The sofa can be turned into a mountain for them to climb, and the bathtub becomes an ocean! No matter what they are pretending to be or play with. Using their imagination when they play, teaches them to be creative and to think outside the box. A healthy imagination is a very good thing to have, and it is developed during these early years of play. Social Skills Are Taught Through Playtime Social skills are one of the most important things a person can have. Your child is going to build foundations for their social skills in those early days in a sandpit, or while they are waiting for their turn on the swings. Kids learn how to share, how to be assertive, and they learn how to communicate with other kids to make stories, reach a goal and just get stuff done. Watching kids interact with each other is one of the most fascinating things in the world. You can see them figuring out that they need to talk to certain kids a certain way, and these are skills that they will certainly use all through their school years. Playtime Greatly Helps A Child’s Physical Development This one here can not be understated, but there are many different ways that physical playtime is going to help your child. They learn to fine-tune their motor skills by doing things like skipping and running which helps their balance. Games like basketball and baseball will really help their hand-eye coordination and tune up the smaller fine movements that we all take for granted. When kids are running around on the playground, playing tag with their friends or taking part in an actual sport like basketball. They are developing their motor skills all the time such as running, catching and so on. They will learn the boundaries of their bodies. So while it may just look like kids running around having fun, which they will be having of course. They are also working their muscles and of course getting some exercise. Playtime Is The Foundation For Literacy You may be thinking this is a bit of a stretch, but it is actually true. It is through playing that a child first starts to figure out they can make their own stories with their own words. They will also take an interest in the ways that words are written and how different words sound as well so they can better create their own games and worlds for them to play in. They will learn all kinds of new words when talking with other kids while they are playing. Yes, something that most parents will not be too thrilled about, but this communicating with other kids is really going to expand their vocabulary significantly. Children Can Learn To Follow Rules Through Playtime Getting a child to follow the rules can be very, very tough. This is because, during playtime, kids may think that rules do not matter as they are out of the classroom, so they can just run around and have fun that way. However, when they actually want to play games or even a sport, they will have to learn that these games have rules and that following the rules is a part of the game. This is a fantastic way to teach children how to follow the rules. So when they are in a classroom setting, they can be told that following the class rules is the same as following the rules for baseball or the game of tag they were playing at lunch. Kids do not always like rules, but getting them to understand that they are there for a reason, and they need to follow is best done at this age through play. Playtime Lets Children Blow Off Steam You may be wondering just how this relates to the learning, but it ties into what we were talking about in regards to rules. When your child is in kindergarten or even the early grades in school. It can be quite the task for them to sit, pay attention, and do as they are told. Playtime at recess or lunch allows a child to really blow off some steam and gets it out of their system so they can be more focused and willing to learn when they are back in the classroom. Problem Solving Skills Are Developed Through Play You will be amazed at how even as young as two, children will start to develop their problem-solving skills, and these are first done through play. How can this Ninja Turtle fit through the door? How can I get this ball into that box? How am I going to be able to hide from my friend in hide and seek? These are all scenarios that are typical of things a child will go through, and they all require them to think about what they are going to do, work out how to solve a problem. So while playtime is not what you would class as a problem. Your child’s mind will be thinking all the time about how they are going to do this, how can they get that and so on. Even when playtime is fun, they are still thinking and working things out, especially if they are playing a game. These problem-solving skills can then be used in their daily lives and when they start school too. Playtime Is Fun! Above all else, playtime is fun and fun is what kids should be having. When they reach kindergarten, they start to see that life is not all fun and games. This will make them cherish their playtime more and also it is going to help them learn that there is a time for playing and a time for learning in school! 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    • HOW TO TEACH CHILDREN TO HAVE GOOD HABITS

      Children are really impressionable, and this is the reason it is important that they are disciplined and mentored in the right ways from the very beginning. The earlier you start, the better chances you have of channeling their personality and behavior in the right direction. With his brain developing and adapting to all the new things he is becoming exposed to, the duty then falls on you to ensure that he has the habits that will lead him to become responsible and good human beings. The best way to make that happen is to start by teaching them the manners needed for the rightful change. They will serve as the foundation for all the other good things you would want to introduce them too. 1. Start small They are kids afterall who do not have the mental capacity of an adult. Try to be patient with them as it is not possible to bring the change overnight. Start by taking the smaller steps and encouraging them along the way so that they are motivated enough to follow your lead. If you want to accomplish all the things in one day than you have some thinking to do on your own. Set realistic and doable goals for yourself and the kids as well. Teach them things they can do and understand as kids like staying clean, brushing teeth before going to bed, taking care of personal hygiene and many such small acts. It is only then that you both would enjoy things together and not feel the pressure of it. 2. They do what they see If you think that just by telling them to do something will get it done, then you are wrong. Kids are more prone to doing things they see you doing than the ones they are told to. Give them the respect they deserve and be the change you want to see. If you want them to leave the plates in the sink after eating, how about you start doing that as well? Once they see everyone else doing it, they will be more encouraged to follow suit as well. If they have some adult siblings, you can even have them help you out. For kids aged between 0 to 4 years, their elder sisters and brothers are their role models, and they want to imitate them in everything they do. Have them help you out, so that good manners are a part of the lifestyle and not a one-time thing for the kids. 3. Be positive and encouraging There will be times when things won’t go as you had planned. Being kids, they might not be willing to comply or are being stubborn and throwing tantrums, in either case, be patient and encouraging. To have them accept the change you are trying to bring in their lives, they need to see its good light. Reward them and praise them for every time they make an effort to do something good so that they know it is the right way to go about. The rewards could come in the form of extra playtime or another scoop of their favorite ice-cream: anything that they would be psyched to have and appreciate.` 4. Make playtime fun Another thing that you can do is to turn it all into a game. For example, if you want them to put away their toys when they are done playing, turn it into a fun song that you all would sing along and have them dance their way to it. This way, they will not even feel it as a chore and would happily agree to do it. This way you can set up queues for the next time so that the moment you start singing, they know what they have to do. It will only take a few turns of this ritual before cleaning up after playing would come off naturally to them, and you might not even have to turn it into a song and play session anymore. The same would go for all the other good habits you are trying to build in them. 5. Talk to them If you think that you will have the kids do whatever you tell them to do with a because-i-told-you-so attitude, then you are wrong. Parents often forget that kids respond to positivity. Their brains might not be as developed as yet, but they are very observant and quick to understand things. Whenever you feel that the kids are not understanding the logic behind your directives and logics, sit and talk to them. As adults, it is your duty and responsibility to make them see the reason and understand the good in what you are trying to tell them. It is only then that their brain would wind around it. 6. Stay involved If you were to be given a blank canvas, wouldn’t you want to fill it up with all the beautiful colors and things around you? The same should be the case with the kids. They are tiny human beings who are just learning the ways of life. Teach them, help them, and guide them the right way. The more you are involved in the things they are doing, the better chance you would have of identifying the things that would be the basis of bad habits in the future and cutting them to the quick. Good habits are of no use if they are not a part of the personality. Kids being young can be trained and taught to adopt the right means of life so that they are a pleasure to be around when they grow up and a blessing to the society in general. Good habits lead to better things in life. As a parent, it would be your biggest gift to them, passing on a part of your legacy to them in the form of manners and habits. Follow our website for more parenting tips and guidance so that you can get all the help you need in raising the most responsible of human beings. GeniusKIDDY boards - Educational and Learning Toys for Toddlers of about 2 years old

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    • GeniusKIDDY Practice 4 | Educational and Learning Toys for Toddlers

      Practice 4: Parent Takes the Words Out, Explains the Images Then the Child Puts the Words Into the Board ​ To practice, please follows these steps: Step 1: Before playing, all the puzzle pieces are placed onto the corresponding cutouts on a GeniusKIDDY board. ​ Step 2: The parent points at the word on each puzzle piece, reads it aloud several times and asks the child to repeat it, then the parent takes the puzzle piece out of the board and explains the image to the child using a short sentence, for example, "This is a gift." Continue until all the puzzle pieces have been taken out of the board. ​ Step 3: Praise and applaud ​ Step 4: The parent asks the child to put the words onto the board; during playtime, they read the words aloud. Continue until all the puzzle pieces have been placed onto the board. ​ Step 5: Praise and applaud. ​ ​ GeniusKIDDY boards - Educational and Learning Toys for Toddlers of about 2 years old Practice 5

    • GeniusKIDDY Boards | New Toys for Early Childhood Education

      New Early Childhood Education Toys for Toddlers ​ Play and feel the enchantment! If you are just seeking a normal toy for your toddler, you are likely to waste your child’s genius potential. ​ Children from 1 to 3 years old have a special ability to assimilate images and sound. They can easily distinguish differences between two images with a single look. They are especially attracted to colorful objects and are eager to play simple puzzle games like putting something fittingly into another thing. Based on these facts, we developed the GeniusKIDDY board, a new early childhood education toy for toddlers that help them learn many things while playing. Playing with the toy helps your child develop linguistic thinking, enhances their brain development, expands their social awareness, improves their understanding of the world around them, and especially helps to reinforce their intuitive thinking. ​ Each board consists of puzzle pieces printed words in different colors and illustrated images on the main board. The toy is made of wood and conforms to all requirements from CPSC. ​ How to Play: Children and parents play by taking the puzzle pieces out of the board and putting them back into the correct positions on the board. While playing, parents read the words printed on the puzzle pieces aloud before showing the illustrating images. When showing an image, the parent says a sentence to describe the image using the word on the respective puzzle piece. For example, if the word is "bird", the sentence can be: "The bird is yellow" By playing, your child will memorize the words and understand the meaning of words then they can easily read and understand after about 6 months of playing. The most suitable age to start playing with GeniusKIDDY boards ranges from 15 to 24 months. Important notes when playing: + At least one of the parents needs to play with the child. + Have your child play for only 5 minutes each time, then put away the board immediately after playing. + Only play when your child is excited. + Limit the time your child watches TV, plays on a smartphone, plays video games, robotic toys, etc. For more information, simply read and . GeniusKIDDY Method GeniusKIDDY Practice GeniusKIDDY boards - Set 1 Enter SHOP You can buy individual boards, combos or buy in sets to have the best deal. Playing with GenisKIDDY board, raising a child is never easier. Not sure whether the toy is suitable for your child? Don’t worry. We are offering a gift giveaway for babies from 15 to 24 months old. The gift is a like the below image. GeniusKIDDY board Simply fill in the below form to get a great toy for your child. REGISTERING FORM FOR A FREE GIFT Do you think early childhood education is important for children under 3 years old? Very important Important Somewhat important Not important I do not know How much time do you and your spouse spend with your child every day? What type of early childhood education you are applying for your child? How do you know us? Submit Thank you for submitting! We will review your registration and will send the gift to those who fit our criteria. You do not have to pay any cost when registering to receive the gift. Your information is confidential. Watch the below video to see one of ways to play with the GK boards. We hope you and your child have an enjoyable experience when playing with the GK board and are looking forward to receiving your feedback and suggestions to better improve the product. Having your toddler play with GeniusKIDDY boards, you will be surprised by what your child can do. ​ To order, enter our . SHOP

    • GeniusKIDDY Boards | New Toys for Early Childhood Education

      New Toys for Early Childhood Education ​ Play and feel the enchantment! If you are just seeking a normal toy for your toddler, you are likely to waste your child’s genius potential. ​ Children from 1 to 3 years old have a special ability to assimilate images and sound. They can easily distinguish differences between two images with a single look. They are especially attracted to colorful objects and are eager to play simple puzzle games like putting something fittingly into another thing. Based on these facts, we developed the GeniusKIDDY board, a new early childhood education toy for toddlers that help them learn many things while playing. Playing with the toy helps your child develop linguistic thinking, enhances their brain development, expands their social awareness, improves their understanding of the world around them, and especially helps to reinforce their intuitive thinking. ​ Each board consists of puzzle pieces printed words in different colors and illustrated images on the main board. The toy is made of wood and conforms to all requirements from CPSC. ​ How to Play: Children and parents play by taking the puzzle pieces out of the board and putting them back into the correct positions on the board. While playing, parents read the words printed on the puzzle pieces aloud before showing the illustrating images. When showing an image, the parent says a sentence to describe the image using the word on the respective puzzle piece. For example, if the word is "bird", the sentence can be: "The bird is yellow" By playing, your child will memorize the words and understand the meaning of words then they can easily read and understand after about 6 months of playing. The most suitable age to start playing with GeniusKIDDY boards ranges from 15 to 24 months. Important notes when playing: + At least one of the parents needs to play with the child. + Have your child play for only 5 minutes each time, then put away the board immediately after playing. + Only play when your child is excited. + Limit the time your child watches TV, plays on a smartphone, plays video games, robotic toys, etc. For more information, simply read and . GeniusKIDDY Method GeniusKIDDY Practice GeniusKIDDY boards - Set 1 Enter SHOP You can buy individual boards, combos or buy in sets to have the best deal. Playing with GeniusKIDDY boards, raising a child is never easier. Not sure whether the toy is suitable for your child? Don’t worry. We are offering a gift giveaway for babies from 15 to 24 months old. The gift is a like the below image. GeniusKIDDY board To get the gift, simply add to your shipping cart and use coupon code: "giftgiveaway" to have 100% value deduction. You only have to pay for the courier fee. this board Watch the below video to see one of ways to play with the GeniusKIDDY boards. We hope you and your child have an enjoyable experience when playing with the GeniusKIDDY board and are looking forward to receiving your feedback and suggestions to better improve the product. Having your toddler play with GeniusKIDDY boards, you will be surprised by what your child can do. ​ To order, enter our . SHOP

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