How to deal with extrovert and introvert kids? Learn about the basic traits and try to bring out the positive aspects.
How difficult and challenging is raising the kids? Yes, at the same time, it is more interesting phase in our lives! Every child has its own behavior and practices, which are inherited from the parents as well as grasped from the external environment as they grow up! Continue reading
Is your sweet little toddler driving you crazy with abrupt, errant, destructive and conflicting behavior? Don’t worry! You are not just alone. In fact more than 80 percent of toddlers tend to reflect the conflicting behavior. So what is the reason behind the destructive behavior? Continue reading
This section of Kids World Fun blog deals with kids behavior management strategies, which help you create a positive improvement in your child’s behavior. Behavior charts are one of the best strategies to establish good behaviors in your children and to accelerate learning. Whether it is for preschool or kindergarten kids or elementary school children or teenagers, no matter whatever the kid’s age, behavior charts are simple and effective technique to motivate your kids and eliminate their negative behaviors. Continue reading
Reading skill is important for kids as it helps them to get an idea about the world around them. Through reading, kids are exposed to different ways of life, people, beliefs and ideas outside their personal experience. As a parent, developing your child’s reading skill is an important thing you can do for his scholastic as well as personality development. Good books and stories for kids have the power to promote kids in many ways. Reading books will improve their linguistic skills, written and oral communication skills. Continue reading
How to build confidence and self-esteem in children is a big question before every parent who likes to grow their children as successful and confident individuals. This section of Kids world fun’s post is solely discussing tips which help build confidence and self-esteem in children. Continue reading