Day Two Video Series - A Toddler's World and You

Day Two Video Series - A Toddler's World and You

Feelings add spark to life. They can be both satisfying and upsetting. Feelings try to tell us something, usually about what we need to feel content. Toddlers will tell you what is going on by expressing strong feelings: shrieking for joy or screaming in anger. Toddlers have an uncontrollable desire to find out about themselves and their world. Child-behavior experts encourage parents to recognize, name, and validate children's emotions and talk with them to help them learn how to deal with how they are feeling. This is teaching emotional literacy. Listen as parents explain their experiences pediatric experts give positive ways to cope and communicate through this time in life.

Toddlers and the World of NO!

At this age, children are trying to individuate themselves from their parents. They are trying to discover their limits and learn to be independent. Parents need to help children learn to express themselves in a positive way.

Los Niños Pequeños y el Mundo de NO!

A esta edad, los niños están tratando se individualiza de sus padres. Ellos están tratando de descubrir sus límites y aprender a ser independiente. Los padres deben ayudar a los niños a aprender a expresarse de manera positiva.

Toddlers & Screen Time

The American Academy of Pediatrics discourages any screen time before age two. After age two, screen time should be limited to one-two hours per day, at the most. Increased screen time can be correlated with obesity, sleep problems, poor school performance, and normalizing violence.

The work of early childhood is play, not screen time. Encourage dramatic play, dress up, and outside physical activities. Active play helps children learn to share, work with other people, and develop problem solving skills.

Pequeños & Tiempo de Pantalla

La Academia Americana de Pediatría desaconseja cualquier tiempo antes de los dos. Después de dos años, tiempo de pantalla debe ser limitada a 1 ó 2 horas al día, a lo sumo. Mayor tiempo puede correlacionarse con la obesidad, problemas de sueño, mal rendimiento escolar y normalización de la violencia.

El trabajo de la primera infancia es un juego, no tiempo de pantalla. Fomentar el juego dramático, vestido para arriba y fuera de las actividades físicas. Juego activo ayuda a los niños aprenden a compartir, trabajar con otras personas y desarrollar la capacidad de resolver problemas.

Falling Apart: Toddlers & Tantrums

Parents of toddlers and pediatric specialists talk about stressors involved with parenting small children and give positive ways to cope. Tantrums in toddlers are normal and not necessarily manipulative, but rather spillover from pent up emotions and environmental factors.

Desmoronando: Niños Pequeños & Rabietas

Los padres de niños pequeños y especialistas pediátricos hablan de estresores involucrados con los padres de niños pequeños y dan formas positivas para hacer frente. Las rabietas en los niños pequeños son normales y no necesariamente manipuladora, pero prefiero pent contagio de emociones y factores ambientales.

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