Communicating with children
How to generate a positive atmosphere when communicating with children

What you will learn

You’ll be able to have a (emotional) connection with any child you choose to

You’ll find out how to easily introduce new learning elements for the children

You’ll understand children’s world

You’ll have better access to empathy

You can get in contact with your own child mode


Great communication with children can be an acquired and practiced skill.

It can be very easy to connect with children if you follow some simple steps.

Sometime, connecting with children is the base to have a good communication with them

Using empathy one can access  “children’s world”.  From here, you can have amazing communication with children.

If your relationship with a child is based upon emotional connection, empathy, the child will feel loved, accepted, encouraged, trusted. Through empathy, grown-ups can gain access to their inner child, as we all have an inner child.

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Will also talk about the kids’ world, so as to understand what children are capable of at different ages.

Will present information briefly, so you can put it into practice as soon as you go through the practical parts of the presentation. Will also give you some tips and tricks, so the techniques shown here can really work.

The most important part of this presentation refers to:

  • establishing emotional connections with children (connecting with children)
  • child development
  • children’s world
  • empathy, smiling, having a playful attitude

I recommend this presentation to:

  • educators or having any profession related to young children
  • step parents
  • families who have adopted children;
  • anyone who wants to deepen their emotional connection with children
  • aunts, uncles, or having  any degree of kinship with a child
  • men


How to emotionally connect with children

An easy way to emotionally connect with children
Smiling is the simplest way to connect

The child ‘s reality

Two worlds: children’s world and the grown-ups world
Language development and cognitive processes development
The child: one little adult or an adult to be?
The game