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  • Early Childhood Development | CFK Communities for Kids | South Okanagan
    communitiesforkids ca communities 5000 slideright false 60 bottom http www communitiesforkids ca events and activities 5000 slideright false 60 bottom http www communitiesforkids ca parenting information 5000 slideright false 60 bottom http www communitiesforkids ca about us 5000 slideright false 60 bottom http www communitiesforkids ca project funding Welcome CFK SB6 Parenting Conference October 17 and 18 2014 Brochure and Registration Form Thanks to our friends at Cutting Edge Concepts

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  • Parenting Information | Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten | South Okanagan Canada
    the BC Nurses Help Line 811 Find information about your child s stage of development under the Parenting Information tab at the top of the website A Better Way Positive discipline based on love and limits is common sense It s often the simple sensible choices we tend to overlook as options especially when we re in the heat of a kid battle Unlike punishment positive discipline works to maintain the dignity of both child and parent by helping the child want to cooperate because he knows it s the right thing to do not because he feels he has to comply or else It has three main objectives To put a stop to misbehavior such as whining lying hitting tantrums To encourage good behaviors i e cleaning up healthy eating using manners To strengthen the relationship between parent and child The starting place for positive discipline is with you It involves modeling good behavior the kind you d like from your child As you have already discovered children will do as you do not necessarily as you say To review the kind of behavior you expect schedule private discussions and family meetings to revisit a situation without blame shame fear or guilt When the child has input into solving the problem he is more inclined to want to cooperate as planned when a similar situation arises The process helps him feel important But keep in mind that you have full veto power Over time a well disciplined child learns to control his impulses take responsibility solve problems and empathize with others In truth changing your ways and your children s isn t easy and it can be especially difficult to hold it together on crazy mornings But even if you find that what comes out of your mouth is

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  • Stages of Development | CFK
    Success by 6 Steering Committee Project Funding List of Projects welcome Parenting Information Stages of Development test ages Stages of Development Back To Top CFK Newsletter12111 Our newsletters are full of great information and updates in our community Sign up Click to View Our Newsletter Archives Calendar of Events There are many events happening in our community Click the link below for our current listings Read More Stages of Development

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  • Baby | CFK
    that his or her world is a safe and welcoming place Listed below are some things that children do by a certain age Remember no two children develop grow or learn in the same way or do things at the same pace If you are concerned about your child s growth development or learning we encourage you to contact your doctor a public health nurse or the BC Nurses Help Line 811 Birth to 9 Months 1 Month Focuses eyes at 18 to 45 cm Enjoys eye contact Recognizes mother s and father s voice Responds to voices Startles at noise Is alert 1 out of every 10 hours Begins to trust caregiver Persistent crying can start at about two to three weeks Small cooing sounds begin 2 Months Lifts head about 45 degrees while lying on tummy May reach and grasp an object for a short time Smiles Studies faces Enjoys visual stimulation Cries to have needs met Persistent crying usually peaks during the second month Gurgles coos and squeals Responds to voices 3 Months Holds head up to search for sounds and movement Holds objects longer Briefly bears weight on legs Makes eye contact Knows difference between parents and strangers Persistent crying usually stops in month three or four Begins extending vowels Startles at loud noises Enjoys being hugged soothed and cuddled Cries when hungry or uncomfortable May cut first tooth 3 rd to 6 th month or later 6 Months Rolls over Tries putting things into his mouth Reaches for and holds objects Turns head towards sounds Coos babbles squeals and laughs Likes to be soothed and held close Responds to music and toys that make sounds 9 Months Starts to creep or crawl Responds to her name Knows caregivers from strangers Imitates sounds Says Mama or

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  • Toddler | CFK
    being and coping skills for the rest of her life During the toddler years your child will go through a time of rapid change in all areas of development Learning about child development can guide your parenting Listed below are some things that children do by a certain age Remember no two children develop grow or learn in the same way or do things at the same pace If you are concerned about your child s growth development or learning we encourage you to contact your doctor a public health nurse or the BC Nurses Help Line 811 1 to 2 ½ Years Old 1 Year Old Waves bye bye Shows affection Says a few words besides Mama and Dada Walks with one hand held Looks at your face when talking to you Points to body parts and pictures Enjoys books Shows emotions such has happiness sadness discomfort and anger Is interested in other children Feeds herself with a spoon fingers or cup Wants caregivers to be where he can see them 18 Months Old Follows simple directions Tries putting on her own shoes Asks for what he wants Points to familiar things when named Walks without help Says at least 10 to 20 words Shows emotions such as fear sympathy guilt or embarrassment Brings objects to show you Imitates your behaviour 2 Years old Jumps runs and climbs stairs Uses 2 word sentences Asks questions Often does the opposite of what s asked Refers to himself or his own name Learns about rules but may not remember them Tries new things and explores new places but wants to know that you are nearby Shows affection by returning a hug or kiss Pretends in play Click Stages of Development Links for more information on child development and other valuable parenting

    Original URL path: http://www.communitiesforkids.ca/parenting-information/toddler/ (2014-10-08)
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  • Preschool | CFK
    children develop their imaginations and skills for future development Listed below are some things that children do by a certain age Remember no two children develop grow or learn in the same way or do things at the same pace If you are concerned about your child s growth development or learning we encourage you to contact your doctor a public health nurse or the BC Nurses Help Line 811 3 to 4 Years Old 3 Years Old Can be toilet trained during the day and usually stays dry during the night Uses 3 to 4 word sentences Pedals a bike and kicks a ball Can draw Names 6 body parts Plays briefly with other children Sometimes expresses feelings with words Thinks about feelings of others Uses imagination to create stories and play activities Shifts emotions quickly Pays attention for up to 8 or 9 minutes 4 Years Old Plays make believe Dresses herself Puts together a simple puzzle Climbs up and down a slide Identifies some colours Retells favourite stories Has favourite activities and playmates Understands simple rules Shares and takes turns but may be possessive of favourite toys Begins to control frustration Starts to understand danger Follows 3

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  • Kindergarten | CFK
    forward as well as steps back as they navigate new challenges With the introduction Kindergarten children begin to spend more time away from the familiarity of home At this age children will increasingly express a desire to be independent but will still need cuddles and comfort Listed below are some things that children do by a certain age Remember no two children develop grow or learn in the same way or do things at the same pace If you are concerned about your child s growth development or learning we encourage you to contact your doctor a public health nurse or the BC Nurses Help Line 811 5 Years Old Plays organized games Follows long directions Cuts with scissors Copies familiar shapes Draws a person with 6 to 8 body parts Catches a bounced ball Counts to 10 Predicts what might happen next in books Talks to familiar adults and children Uses sentences of at least 5 to 6 words Click Stages of Development Links for more information on child development and other valuable parenting information Back To Top CFK Newsletter12111 Our newsletters are full of great information and updates in our community Sign up Click to View Our Newsletter

    Original URL path: http://www.communitiesforkids.ca/parenting-information/kindergarten/ (2014-10-08)
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  • Stages of Development Resource Links | CFK
    website connects visitors with people and information to help improve parenting skills Offers information on connecting with other parents and getting more involved in community www cbc ca kidscbc Something for everyone games and activities full of fun and learning for kids and child development information for parents www cccf fcsge ca Canadian Child Care Federation committed to excellence in early learning and child care www excellence earlychildhood ca Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development The mission is to improve our knowledge of the social and emotional development of young children www elc apec ca Early Learning Canada is a community workshop program designed for parents and adults who work with young children from birth to age 6 and their families Its purpose is to facilitate lifelong learning www familyservicecanada org Family Service Canada promotes families as the primary source of nurture and development of individuals to promote quality services which strengthen families and communities and to advocate policies and legislation which advance family well being in Canada www healthyparenting sk ca Healthy parenting Home Study Program believes parenting is a learned skill and parents need resources that support positive parenting skills Healthy parenting Home Study Program is for parents who prefer to learn on their own Growth and development physical and emotional needs and positive discipline strategies are some of the topics discussed www inyourgrasp bc ca BC s on line resource for families www icbc com Car seat safety www parentsupportbc ca Parent Support Services believes that informed effective parenting builds strong communities by giving young people the safety skills and environment to create positive lives for themselves and those around them www parentingtoday ca Parenting advice www todaysparent com Articles posted on line written from a Canadian perspective Information on health education nutrition and child development

    Original URL path: http://www.communitiesforkids.ca/parenting-information/stages-of-development-resource-links/ (2014-10-08)
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