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BUSTED: The child care myth making parents feel guilty.

BUSTED: The child care myth making parents feel guilty. | Raising Good Kids...The World Thanks You | Scoop.it
      By ANDREW WHITEHOUSEAbout two months ago, a very important piece of child development research was published with little fanfare.The research examined whether the amount of time a child spends in child care has an impact on their development...
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High-Quality Chidcare and learning oppurtunities for all.

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Importance of Motor Literacy for a Lifetime of Physical Activity.

Importance of Motor Literacy for a Lifetime of Physical Activity. | Raising Good Kids...The World Thanks You | Scoop.it
If children do not feel a sense of efficacy regarding their motor skills, they are less likely to participate in physical activities as they grow olde...
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Get outside!

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Parenting Spirited Children: An Interview with Dr. Jane Nelsen

Parenting Spirited Children: An Interview with Dr. Jane Nelsen | Raising Good Kids...The World Thanks You | Scoop.it
Boundaries, Emotions, and Spirited Kids An interview with Dr. Jane Nelsen on parenting the strong-willed child After infancy, comes the age of autonomy. It’s a time when a child’s physical activity...
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Kindness and firmness co-exsisting

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Encouragement Important to Child Development - Cornell ...

Encouragement Important to Child Development - Cornell ... | Raising Good Kids...The World Thanks You | Scoop.it
A parent is a child's first and most significant teacher. A child's belief about themselves is strongly influenced by their parents reactions. That is why encouragement is so important when interacting with your child.
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We might never know the power of our encouraging words...

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