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Komunikasi Balita

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Balita akan menterjemahkan setiap kata yang kita ucapkan walaupun kita tidak menyuruhnya. Terkadang balita (toddler) bahkan lebih banyak mengerti daripada yang kita kira. Mereka menjadi sangat sensitif dan dapat menjadi uring-uringan atau bahkan menangis ketika kita menasihati atau mentertawakan mereka.

Dalam dunia anak terutama balita adalah dunia dimana mereka sedang membangun keterampilan komunikasi dengan dicampur emosi yang tidak terkendali. Mereka terkadang mengalami situasi dimana perasaan (emosi) yang besar tetapi tidak dapat menemukan kata-kata tepat untuk mengungkapkan perasaan tersebut.

Untuk itu jika balita bebicara kita harus benar-benar mendengarkan sehingga mengerti benar apa yang sebenarnya mereka ungkapkan dibalik semua emosi yang menyertainya dalam berkomunikasi. Hal ini menjadi sangat penting karena tidak semua balita dapat sepenuhnya mengekspresikan dirinya.

Berikut tips agar kita dapat berkomunikasi dengan baik :

  1. Mendengarkan apa yang anak katakan dan perhatikan emosi yang menyertainya.
  2. Selalu membuat waktu khusus untuk berkomunikasi.
  3. Ketika sang balita datang untuk berbicara cobalah untuk menghentikan beberapa menit saja apa pun yang kita lakukan untuk mendengarkan, karena balita kemungkinan membutuhkan hanya satu kalimat atau waktu sebentar untuk didengarkan.
  4. Ketika berbicara sebaiknya anda jongkok sama tinggi disebelahnya.
  5. Cobalah untuk membiarkan mereka menyelesaikan kalimatnya sebelum menyela, tak peduli kemungkinan berbelit-belit mereka berbicara.
  6. Berbicara sebaiknya dengan gaya bercerita. Seperti buku cerita bergambar akan membantu balita belajar tentang bahasa.
  7. Coba selalu berbicara jujur. Ketika kita berbohong kepada mereka kemungkinan kita akan kehilangan kepercayaan mereka.
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How young children learn about food and eating

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It is important that toddlers see parents eating and enjoying healthy food – are you a good role model for your child? It is normal for young children to be wary about eating a food they have not met before and these are ways to help them.

  • Offer the food in a happy environment. Children tend to like foods that they associate with fun. (This is why fast food outlets can become so popular.)

  • Keep offering the food on several occasions. It can take 8 to 15 tries before the food becomes familiar and a child accepts it.
  • Don’t insist that the food is eaten and don’t offer a reward for eating it. Both of these measures have been shown to make children dislike that food.
  • Children are more likely to want a food if they are told they can’t have it or if it is used as a reward.

Children have the natural ability to know how much food they need and they do not usually overeat. However they can easily lose this skill. If children are pushed to eat more than they want or encouraged to finish everything on the plate, they may learn not to stop when they have had enough. This can lead to weight problems later.

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Little tantrums

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These only last a short time and the child’s feelings are not totally out of control. Young children do not always have the words to say what they need or want. Their world is full of bigger people telling them what to do and what not to do. Young children do not have many inner strengths to cope with stress and frustration.

Sometimes children learn that busy parents are likely to give in to what they want if they ‘carry on’ long enough. This may mean constant asking, ‘whining’ or having little tantrums. The child is not out of control at this stage. She has learnt that tantrums work, e.g. gets something if she pesters long enough. Sometimes little tantrums can grow into big ‘boil over’ tantrums. Read more

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Set up a safe environment

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One of the most important things a parent can do is to establish a safe environment. Preschoolers move quickly and love to climb and explore. Take a close look at your home including the exterior, garage, and yard. You may be able to avoid some accidents. Fix, repair, toss, or lock up anything that might be a danger to your child. It also is important to be on the look out for dangerous situations while running errands or visiting others with your children. Having a safe place to play and appropriate toys to play with can save you from saying “NO,” making your job as a parent much easier.

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Encouraging Good Behaviour

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These 12 tips encourage good behaviour in children of all ages.

  1. Children do as you do. Your child watches you to get her clues on how to behave in the world, so, as a role model, use your own behaviour to guide her. What you do is often much more important than what you say. If you want your child to say ‘please’, say it yourself. If you don’t want your child to raise her voice, keep your voice at a reasonable level too.
  2. Keep promises. When you follow through on your promises, good or bad, your child learns to trust and respect you. So when you promise to go for a walk after she picks up her toys, make sure you have your walking shoes handy. When you say you will leave the library if she doesn’t stop running around, be prepared to leave straight away if she continues. No need to make a fuss about it – the more matter of fact, the better. Read more
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Preschooler Behaviour

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At this age, children can really benefit from going to preschool. It’s here that they can start learning about other people’s rules and how to get along with other children in a formal setting. Your preschooler needs boundaries that guide his natural enthusiasm but that don’t dampen his passion for life. Boundaries and a routine offer him security. They protect him from getting overwhelmed by too much responsibility before he’s ready.

Preschool children are still trying to learn the everyday things that we take for granted, like how we talk to each other. For example, you might think he is not listening to you but maybe he is still trying to figure out what someone said five minutes ago!  In trying to understand the world around them, we have to forgive preschoolers for being a bit distracted. A good rule is to always budget for another 30 minutes when doing things with your preschooler.

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Pengertian Bermain Peran

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Bermain peran pada prinsipnya merupakan metode untuk ‘menghadirkan’ peran-peran yang ada

dalam dunia nyata kedalam suatu ‘pertunjukan peran’ di dalam kelas.  Dalam metode ini, anak-anak berperan sebagai orang lain tanpa perlu latihan/spontan dan tidak untuk hiburan, namun lebih menekankan terhadap masalah yang diangkat dalam ‘pertunjukan’ dan bukan pada kemampuan pemain dalam melakukan permainan peran. Metode bermain peran biasanya menyampaikan suatu masalah sebelum memberikan pemecahan atas masalah itu. Anak-anak yang memainkan peran itu menunjukkan apa yang akan mereka lakukan, bagaimana reaksi mereka terhadap suatu kejadian atau situasi.  Read more

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Preschooler Discipline

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The word ‘discipline’ actually means ‘to teach’ and not necessarily to punish. The true goal is to teach children the rules of behaviour so that they can use them. Children learn self-discipline by growing up in a loving family, with fair and predictable rules and expectations. Read more

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