While activities at school, new interests, and a growing social life become more important to growing kids, parents are still the anchors, providing love, guidance, and support. And that connection provides a sense of security and helps build the resilience kids needs to roll with life's ups and downs. Your preteen may act as if your guidance isn't welcome or needed, and even seem embarrassed by you at times. This is when kids start to confide more in peers and request their space and privacy — expect the bedroom door to be shut more often. As hard as it might be to swallow these changes, try not to take them personally. They're all signs of growing independence.
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Connecting With Your Preteen
As soon as children begin to read and write they are able to communicate over the internet, so this is the time parents need to be creating and agreeing ground rules , teaching their children about the dangers of the internet and educating them on how they can stay safe online. Working with your child at an early age will help them to respect the power of the internet, develop a responsible attitude towards communicating online and know how to avoid or mitigate any potential online problems in the future. Creating a respectful relationship will also help build trust and confidence between you both, so that, if any internet related issues do occur — they can be addressed together.
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