9 Steps You Can Take to Talk to Your Children Like Mr. Rogers Did

English, Swedish, German. No, Freddish. You heard it right. Freddish is a language, or rather the so-called set of rules on how to talk with children, developed by Fred Rogers. He created his TV show dedicated to preschool children and important aspects of their life and upbringing. He knew that children literally hear everything and, therefore, the way we talk to them is important.

We at smartzune.com  are impressed by how simple and at the same time effectively you can talk with a child using the methods from Mr. Rogers. There are only 9 steps and they can change your life and the life of your kid. And we are ready to show you how it works on cases that are familiar to many parents.

All children are different. But they all need their parents’ advice and sometimes you have to explain rules about toys, strangers, and places where they can play to them.

9 Steps You Can Take to Talk to Your Children Like Mr. Rogers Did

We suggest you check out 3 examples of how to use the rules of Mr. Rogers. They illustrate changing a negative idea into a positive statement that can be said to any child and even influence their understanding of growing up.