Physical Education with Imagination!
of the Triad
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Stretch-n-Grow of Winston-Salem (and the Triad), North Carolina

Jennifer Hansel - Owner/Director
(336) 287-1193  |  sngws@aol.com

Welcome to Stretch-n-Grow of the Triad!   This year marks our 16th year serving children, families, and child care centers! 

We are passionate about helping children learn about fitness and building the foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits!

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11/11/2019


As a parent, you have the opportunity to guide your child and help them understand the world we live in. Children feel a lot of the complex emotions we feel, like anger, worry, embarrassment, and nervousness. These emotions can, later on, lead to inappropriate or problematic behaviors that can arise from children not understanding what they feel. Developing emotional skills in children is very important and can be very beneficial for every aspect of their like. Learn more about the topic in this article by The Tutoring Center, Glendale, AZ.

Be Attentive to Your Child’s Behavior

Every behavior is provoked by specific feelings. Analyzing your child’s behavior is a great way to understand what emotions they are feeling and can be a great teaching opportunity. After your child has calmed down, have a conversation with them where you help them understand what they felt, and begin learning to name different feelings. By doing this, your child will be able to develop the communication skills necessary to try and explain any emotion they experience.

Encourage Your Child to Ask For Help

We all need some help from time to time. For children, it can be hard to ask for help, especially if they are scared of how you might react. Help you child know that it’s okay to ask for help and to come to you when they face any problem. Give examples to your child, let them learn from your example and encourage them to understand that it’s important to face our feelings and learn to speak about them.

Words of Encouragement

When you see your child making an effort to communicate what they are feeling, give them words of encouragement to let them know you acknowledge their efforts. Doing this will make it more likely for them to repeat this kind of action and behavior in the future.

Further Develop Your Child’s Emotional Skills With the Help of Tutoring in Glendale

Learning difficulties are a factor that can negatively affect the relationship your child can have with their emotions. Enroll them in one-on-one tutoring to allow them to get the help they need with any school subject. The Tutoring Center, Glendale, AZ, offers amazing academic programs and personalized tutoring. For more information and to schedule a free initial diagnostic assessment, call 632-566-6630.