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Perfect Day

Perfect Day | free range learning | Scoop.it
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35 Ways to Make Summer Last | GeekMom | Wired.com

35 Ways to Make Summer Last | GeekMom | Wired.com | free range learning | Scoop.it
Stretch summer well into autumn with these 35 fun (and cheap) activities.
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Autism caused by inflammation and immune disorders?

Autism caused by inflammation and immune disorders? | free range learning | Scoop.it

Fascinating albeit preliminary evidence. Not mentioned, the way industrial foods (sugars and certain fats) can accelerate inflammation.

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Educating Too Early

Educating Too Early | free range learning | Scoop.it
Learning does not necessarily flow from instruction. Especially for preschoolers.
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Five Facts About The Body That Can Help You (and Your Kids) Be Happier « All Things Mothering

Five Facts About The Body That Can Help You (and Your Kids) Be Happier « All Things Mothering | free range learning | Scoop.it

Body sensations are the wellspring of emotion. Understand yourself and your children by getting "out of your head." 

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Revenge of the nerds: Social rejection can 'lead to imaginative thinking and strong independence'

Revenge of the nerds: Social rejection can 'lead to imaginative thinking and strong independence' | free range learning | Scoop.it
A study by a business professor at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, found that social rejection can inspire imaginative thinking, particularly in individuals with a strong sense of their own independence. 
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Observe The “Goldilocks Effect” In Action

Observe The “Goldilocks Effect” In Action | free range learning | Scoop.it

Children naturally focus on what they’re ready to take in and do their best to set aside the rest. Often what they set aside is exactly what adults push them to master.

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