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Responsive exchanges with children
Tagged: it can affect children which is why we should practice coping exercises. When we are able to manage stress
Responsive exchanges with childrenkatrina mcivan replied 4 hours, 53 minutes ago 53 Members · 95 Replies
kadija hussenMemberMay 1, 2023 at 12:48 pm
Connecting with the child positively would help. Communicating with them in a way that makes them feel safe and playing with them would be good for them.
veenaMemberMay 2, 2023 at 1:25 am
When children feel overwhelmed by stress or adversity, they may not have the skills to manage their emotions. By engaging in responsive exchanges with caring adults, children can learn how to identify and regulate their emotions in a healthy way. For example, a child who is upset may benefit from an adult who validates their feelings and helps them come up with a plan to cope.
responsive exchanges with adults can help children develop important skills that can serve them well throughout their lives. By learning how to manage their emotions, solve problems, build self-esteem, and communicate effectively, children can become more resilient and better able to cope with the challenges they may face.
FabianMemberMay 2, 2023 at 8:33 am
Some examples of responsive exchanges with children are using open-ended questions, actively listening to what the child is saying, and validating their feelings. For instance, if a child tells you they are sad, you could say, “I’m sorry you’re feeling sad. Can you tell me more about why you’re feeling that way?” or “It’s okay to feel sad. What can we do to help you feel better?”
Maria ramos HenriquezMemberMay 11, 2023 at 4:48 am
algunos ejemplos de intercambio receptivo podrían ser escuchar al niño cuando está hablando, reconocerlo incluso si está ocupado y hacerle saber que le prestará toda su atención en un minuto. proporcionarles un entorno seguro, de apoyo y amoroso. Ayúdelos a trabajar a través de sus emociones.algunos ejemplos de intercambio receptivo podrían ser escuchar al niño cuando está hablando, reconocerlo incluso si está ocupado y hacerle saber que le prestará toda su atención en un minuto. proporcionarles un entorno seguro, de apoyo y amoroso. Ayúdelos a trabajar a través de sus emociones.
AprilMemberMay 13, 2023 at 2:22 pm
Having a positive conversation with the child. When it comes to managing stress with children and adults, there are breathing exercises, calm quiet music playing in the background while the child is focusing on an activity.
AsterMemberMay 14, 2023 at 9:40 pm
Listening to the child, their concerns, what they are happy about, whatever it is they want to talk about. Just be present, be a good listener and offer engaging feedback.
JenniferMemberMay 15, 2023 at 12:11 am
Show them that you are interested in what they are saying or doing. Show compassion if they are sad. If you are proud of the child, give them positive reinforcement. Engage with them. Be gentle.
Ann MarieMemberMay 15, 2023 at 4:09 am
Building nurturing and responsive relationships is essential to promote healthy social-emotional development for all children and includes relationships with children, families, and teachers.
Deseray VazquezMemberMay 16, 2023 at 9:02 pm
Some responsive exchanges I would want to make with children are more one on one time with them. For instance, more time playing with them, reading, communicating, and listening.
Apria Hunter-BrownMemberMay 18, 2023 at 6:05 am
good communication, eye contact, playing, definitely listening and showing them that they are being heard.
Kelly AnnMemberMay 27, 2023 at 7:42 pm
listening, playing and making eye to eye conduct
KathyMemberMay 30, 2023 at 12:36 am
It is important to use active listening, allowing the child to talk, question, vent, share stress, etc. whenever they need or want to.
DawnetteMemberMay 30, 2023 at 1:02 am
Being present for the children at all times. Listening to the children no matter how busy you may get. let them express themselves.
katrina mcivanMemberJune 1, 2023 at 8:21 pm
one on one time w each child, interactive play time, reading, listening, talking about our days, music time