THE TODDLER ROADMAP Episode 16 – Getting Your Toddler to STAY In Their Bed!
Posted by: Sue Atkins
Everything you need to raise a happy, confident, resilient toddler undamaged by living through a pandemic!
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In this episode we will be looking at how to settle your toddler in their bed and looking at tips for making sure that they stay in their bed until morning without crawling to your bed in the middle of the night!!!
In this episode:
- 8 ways to stop kids from sleeping in your bed.
- Fun Activities for Teaching Toddlers to Talk
- Tips for Handling The ‘Sleep Regression’ Phase
- How to know if your child is sleepy or need some rest.
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On the Parentverse: Sue Atkins in Conversation with The Sleep Nanny Lucy Shrimpton, Author, Speaker and Trainer.
Remember, if you want to review what we’ve talked about, check out the full Show Notes at www.ToddlerRoadmap.com/OWNBED
There, you can find a full article on the topic, videos that summarise the different elements and links to any tools or resources we’ve pointed out. You can also drop us a comment there and get involved in the conversation.
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Coming up in Episode 17 Teaching Your Toddler Social Skills
I’m constantly being asked about how to help toddlers gain confidence after the lockdowns and pandemic. Also due to mask wearing some children are finding it hard to read social cues and interact with adults and other children naturally. When it comes to social skills, the earlier you begin teaching your toddler the better.
The prevalence of shyness among toddlers is rising and the pandemic has delayed social skills of young children, according to the Ofsted chief Amanda Spielman.
So why not give your child a head start by teaching them the kinds of social skills that can make their life more fulfilling, exciting and fun?
In the next episode of the Toddler Roadmap I’ll be giving you some guidance and advice to help.
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