Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Now that we’re getting close to the end of the “school year,” I hope you can take some time to appreciate how much forward progress the children have made in your care. You invest a lot of your time and energy to guide and support the children, and it can give you a good feeling to think about how much they’ve grown. So it’s understandably disheartening at any time, but especially this late in the year, when you see a child regress and lose some of those major accomplishments, like self-control, cooperative behavior, focused attention and even potty training.

Read More

Read the online archival version.

(Visited 94 times, 94 visits today)

No Comments

Leave a Comment