Smoking habits of Greek preschool children's parents
- Chinese translation and validation of a parental feeding style questionnaire for parents of Hong Kong preschoolers. Tam, Wilson; Keung, Vera; Lee, Albert; Lo, Kenneth; Cheung, Calvin // BMC Public Health;2014, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
Background Childhood obesity is a major public health issue in many countries, including China. The importance of parenting relative to the healthy development of children requires the development of instruments for assessing parental influence on child dietary pattern. This study aimed to...
- Mothers' and fathers' socializing behaviors in three contexts: Links with children's peer... Pettit, George S.; Brown, Elizabeth Glyn; Mize, Jacquelyn; Lindsey, Eric // Merrill-Palmer Quarterly;Apr98, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p173
Examines the links between parenting behavior and preschool-aged children's peer competence. Participants in the examination process; Assessment of child competence; Discussion of the results.
- The Linkage Between Multiple Perspectives of the Marital Relationship and Preschoolers' Adjustment. Erel, Osnat; Kissil, Karni // Journal of Child & Family Studies;Dec2003, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p411
We examined how children's, parents', and observers' perceptions of the marital relationship are linked with children's adjustment. Children's perceptions of the marital relationship were assessed using a new measure, the Interparental Relationship Interview for Children (IRIC). In the first...
- Reading Skills Improve from a Simple Change. // USA Today Magazine;Aug2012, Vol. 141 Issue 2807, p10
The article reports on how parents and teachers read aloud to preschoolers and its impact on the latter's reading skills, as indicated in the results of a study conducted by researcher Shayne Piasta and her team and published in the journal "Child Development" in 2012.
- YOUR LETTERS. Skolnik, Deborah // Parenting Early Years;Apr2010, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p19
The article presents comments from readers on the proper training of preschoolers and the reasons why parents should not spank their children.
- Preschool Confidential! Pevzner, Holly // Parenting Early Years;Sep2012, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p25
The article offers tips on how to deal with preschool children which include staying predictable, being cautious on the words one says to them, and allowing the child to do things on his or her own.
- Squeezed Middle. O'Keeffe, Alice // New Statesman;10/18/2013, Vol. 142 Issue 5180, p60
The author reflects on conversations she has had with other parents who mention the academic activities they have arranged for their young children and discusses the challenge of trying to prepare one's children for an unpredictable and possibly difficult future world.
- All in a day's work. // Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);11/1/2011, Vol. 111 Issue 4281, p27
The article details how Oakey Dokeys Pre-School's decision to accept children from the age of two has brought many changes to the nursery's setting in Essex, England, including their use of communication tools and the need to work with parents and caretakers.
- Potty Mouth. MILLER, SUSAN A. // Scholastic Parent & Child;Mar2011, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p58
The article provides tips for parents on how to correct preschool children from using curse words.