Raising Kids

  • A Time Out is not an Effective Method of Discpline: Using a Calm Down Corner Instead of Time Out

    A Time Out is not an Effective Method of Discpline: Using a Calm Down Corner Instead of Time Out. By implementing a calm down corner instead of a timeout, caregivers can create a positive and nurturing environment that supports emotional well-being, self-regulation, and healthy coping mechanisms in children. It not only addresses the immediate needs of managing emotions and behavior but also promotes long-term emotional resilience and growth.
  • A Quick Guide to using a Calming Corner

    Discover the power of a calming corner for toddlers and children, designed to promote emotional regulation and provide a safe space for self-soothing. This blog post explores what a calming corner is and provides a step-by-step guide to setting one up. Learn how to encourage your child to use the calming corner effectively and find out which essential items to include, such as calming corner posters, sensory toys, and visual timers. Explore the benefits of using a calming corner, including improved emotional regulation and the development of self-soothing skills. Enhance your child's well-being with our calming corner resources and printable posters. Dive into the world of sensory exploration and emotional growth with a calming corner that supports your child's journey.