The transition back to school as break ends can be a stressful time for children and parents alike, dealing with feelings of excitement and anxiety. In this post, we will share some ideas on how to make the transition back a good experience.
It is truly humbling to recognize how much work still must be done to bring about meaningful change. As parents and educators, this responsibility particularly lands on us as we raise our children to grow up to be compassionate human beings.
Frustration is not only a normal feeling for toddlers to experience; it’s also an essential one in regard to their development of emotion regulation and resilience. Just like any other skills, your children will need to learn and practice them with your help. In this post, we will share examples of how to communicate with your children when they are frustrated.
Being at home with your child calls for spending hours and hours of time with your child. While you try to balance your household chores and spend quality time with your child, the kitchen may just offer you a place for both. In this issue, we’ll talk about how the kitchen can be a place for connection for your child and your family.
It’s safe to say that all our Ethos members are familiar with play time. We believe children learn through play and exploration, and there are many benefits to participating in play everyday, especially given our current circumstances.
To all of our wonderful mothers, happy day! This ten minute meditation is for you – to honor your mother’s heart and the work that you do every day.
At Ethos, we understand and hold close to our hearts the wellness of all our Ethos family members, especially our young learners. You may have noticed changes in your child’s behavior during these times. This issue is dedicated to helping you help your child to cope with the current COVID-19 situation.
If you can find five minutes, have a seat and take some deep breaths during this guided meditation.
It’s time for some snake breath! Sssss…🐍