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Tips for Meeting Your Kids’ Needs as they Grow

My guest blogger, Alex Robbins, talks about Tips for Meeting Your Kids’ Emotional, Physical and Educational Needs as they Grow.  Funny he should send this to me at this particular time.  Tonight, as I was sitting in my son’s hospital room, we had a “Comin’ to Jesus” meeting about our emotional, physical, and educational needs.  He is 14 now and you can imagine how that conversation went.  Please, talk to your kids!

Tips for Meeting Your Kids’ Emotional, Physical and

Educational Needs as they Grow

 

Tips for Meeting Your Kids’ Needs as they Grow

Meeting all of your kids’ needs takes a lot of work. As a parent, your child’s emotional, physical, and educational needs are just a few of the things you have to focus on. Below, we’ve put together some great tips and resources for each of these areas in your kids’ lives.

Talking with Kids About Feelings

Discussing emotions and feelings can prove difficult at any age. However, it’s important to begin this dialogue with your child at an early age.

Unique Ways to Meet the Emotional Needs of Your Child

Helping Kids Identify and Express Feelings

Feelings Activities and Fun Ideas for Kids

Understanding Your Teen’s Emotional Health

Kids Feeling Blue: 5 Ways to Get them Talking

Helping Your Kids Be Active

It’s easy to let your kids sit inside and stare at screens all day. However, you need to encourage kids to spend some time getting active, especially in the sunshine and fresh air.

How Much Physical Activity Do Children Need?

Couch Potatoes Start Early: How to Get Kids Moving

Children, Sports, and Exercise: Choices for All Ages

How to Encourage Free Play

How to Limit Your Child’s Screen Time

Meeting Educational Needs

Although you can work with your child’s school to help maximize their education, you can also do many things at home to boost their learning.

Encourage Your Kids to Try Storm Spotting

Online Lesson Plans for Teachers and Parents

Parent-Teacher Conference Tips for Parents

{7} Surefire Ways to Make Your Kid a Better Student

7 Tips for Helping Your Child with Math at Home (When You Hate Math)

Parents: 8 Ways to Help Your Teen Make a College Decision

Helping your kids be active, express their feelings, and do well in school is just a small part of the puzzle when it comes to being a parent. However, by focusing on areas like these, you can help your kids grow into adulthood with everything they need in their toolbox.

Check out the blog at Barefoot Faith Journey for more family and parenting posts.

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