- Who's minding the children? HENDERSON, SHIRLEY // Ebony;Apr2009, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p96
The article describes how parents can keep watch while their kids are home alone. The anxieties of parents about their child's after-school whereabouts is mentioned along with estimates from the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry when children are left home alone. The use of...
- To and fro. O'Connor, Anne // Nursery World;11/29/2011, Vol. 111 Issue 4283, p20
The article focuses on how early childhood teachers can deal with separation anxiety in children. It claims that teachers should acknowledge the children's fears and feelings which is important for the transition process for the children. It also indicates that teachers must sensitively handle...
- "He Cries When I Leave". Brodkin, Adele M. // Scholastic Parent & Child;Sep2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p28
The article provides help for easing the separation process for a child and his mother. The case of three-year-old Jamie is given who gets very upset when his mom leaves school in the mornings. The teacher and parents' points of view are given. The assessment of the situation is given by Dr....
- About the series. // A is for Anxiety: A Parent's Guide to Managing Children's Anxiet;2007, preceding p1
An introduction to the book "A Is for Anxiety: A Parent's Guide to Managing Children's Anxiety" is presented.
- How to use this book. Ollendick, Thomas H. // A is for Anxiety: A Parent's Guide to Managing Children's Anxiet;2007, p1
The article offers tips on how to use the book ""A Is for Anxiety: A Parent's Guide to Managing Children's Anxiety."
- Do You Have Worry-itis? Lucado, Max // Today's Christian Woman;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p36
Provides tips for parents on handling anxiety in children. Factors affecting child behavior; Concepts of anxiety; Provision of self-confidence in children through trust in God.
- Drop Offs & Pick Ups. Miller, Susan A. // Scholastic Parent & Child;Sep2002, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p12
This section presents tips for parents on dropping off and picking up children at school. Don't Rush: Get your child up a few minutes early so you can have a calm breakfast and unhurried time to get dressed. Enlist allies: Ask a reassuring staff member to involve your child in a comforting or...
- Ask Supernanny. Frost, Jo // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);3/20/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 12, p87
The article offers tips for parents on dealing with their children who have separation anxiety. Parents must communicate with the teacher of their children regarding the situation. The confidence of a parent also affects a child in a play group. Parents can encourage independence on their child...
- Back in the schoolyard. Netherwood, Cathy // Australian Parents;Feb/Mar2004, p69
Presents tips to parents on dealing with the back-to-school problems of their children. Information on how parents should act during the first day of school; Ways of reducing a child's anxiety; Advice on what to do if a child does not like the teacher; Discussion of how to address school...