Parenting

Parenting

Our experts are here to offer help and advice on parenting. When you have children there is no operations manual, no instruction booklet! All children are different so therefore, as being a parent or teacher, you need to adapt, sometimes very quickly to changes in behaviour. This section of Wallsend Online is here to help you. 

It maybe that you have some tips or would like to offer advice to other parents, if so, please get in touch by using our contact page.

Surviving half-term

Surviving half-term

Do you remember any skipping games from when you were young? Skipping is still a popular game for some children. Have your children tried it? Can you teach them some songs you sang when skipping? I had a little Bubble car, number 48…. I call in my very best...

Surviving Half-term

Surviving Half-term

It’s half term already, this year is going so fast, although it may not feel like it if you have your children at home every day. I thought I would share some activities this week that you could try at home. Most of them can be played with things you already...

Attachment

Attachment

As we move to a different ‘NORMAL’ the attachment process will become more important than ever. Finding ways to maintain ‘good quality’ relationshipsEmotional attachment to othersEmotional support when needed How can you do this? Check in with children, ask them how...

Self care and positive affirmations

Self care and positive affirmations

At Wallsend Day Nursery we promote children’s self confidence and self awareness as well as their self esteem. We encourage children to be independent and always give praise and encouragement throughout. We also use positive affirmations for children to see...

One of the parents….

One of the parents….

It can be so so hard during these unprecedented time to find the right words or even curb what we are saying in front of the little ones.. trust me i know!! below is a link from tiny happy people – see link- Activities for babies, toddlers and children –...

Routines and How They Help Shape Your Baby’s Brain

Routines and How They Help Shape Your Baby’s Brain

Everyday routines are crucial to help a baby sort out the chaotic information that is coming into his brain, so when your baby gets a routine that happens over and over again it becomes familiar and helps to reinforce those relationships. When babies’ cries are...

Attachment

Attachment

This week my focus will be on attachment. I will describe in simple text what this means and the importance of it for your child. Attachment – Pre-birth Babies are totally dependent on those who care for them to keep them safe therefore they need to make attachments...

PERCEPTIVE PARENT COURSE

PERCEPTIVE PARENT COURSE

DO you want to have a better understanding of your child’s behaviour? Let us explore together how your child’s behaviour reflects their feelings. Join our Perceptive Parent course, sign up by emailing gill.gray@ntlp.org,uk or calling...