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Shoulder fronting of kids – know the difference

Shoulder fronting of kids – know the difference

This is a pose typically displayed by our daughters almost instinctively when asked to smile for the camera. Of course media has had a lot of influence on why small girls pose in such a manner like adults, but that is besides the point. A child fronting her shoulder in this manner and looking at the camera […]

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Can Kids read Body Language?

Can Kids read Body Language?

“Tests have shown that, with pre-school children, the understanding of the expressions and gestures of others precedes the making of these signals by the child himself” – Desmond Morris, The Child It’s the way we are meant to be In his book, The Lost World, Crichton talks about how infants of many mammals can walk […]

Interact with Pre-schoolers using effective Body Language

Interact with Pre-schoolers using effective Body Language

“What he lacks in subtle hand movements, the small child makes up for with his body postures. He shows his delight by jumping widly up and down on the spot, and he signals his boredom with a dramatically slumped body and shuffling feet. Frustration may be shown by a rhythmic swinging of the body from […]