Connecting with children by being available, sensitive, responsive, approachable, caring, and comforting. This is the way they build trust, making children feel safe and secure. From this stage, relationships are made so that children discover, take risks, grow and learn.
Supporting you in your role as a parent; helping with situations (ex: potty training, transition periods, behaviour management, etc).
Providing a safe environment for your child by preparing spaces that are more beneficial to learning.
Carefully observing your child to determine what they are capable of learning and absorbing.
Actively participating in your child’s play experiences through observing and documenting the milestones in your child’s life to ensure age-appropriate development.