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Parent Child Bonding

What promotes bonding between a parent/child? A child needs to know that they’re loved. If they’re deprived of love, it will be very difficult to get along with children or adults. The first thing is they have to let the child know they are loved and accepted for who they are, not what the parent …

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Parent Child Bonding 2

With studies stressing the importance of initial parent/child bonding on a child’s social, intellectual, and emotional development, what can a mother do if they are separated from their baby after a complex or premature birth? Touching, hugging, and talking to that child constantly will stimulate your child’s emotional and intellectual development. The baby also knows …

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Emotional Work

Parents’ influence affects long-term emotional development of their child The emotional health of a child can be often overlooked by even the most enthusiastic parents seeking to provide a stimulating and enriching environment for their children. With the increased attention parents are giving towards raising physically fit children, it is equally important for parents to …

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Let Them Play

Enrolling a young child exclusively in activities with a heavy academic emphasis may result in that child being temporarily capable if what seems like remarkable scholastic accomplishments. However it is unlikely the long-term outcome will include solid educational foundations, impressive imagination and creativity, a strong love of learning, good social skill, and health self-esteem- all …

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What is Truly Essential During the Early Years?

What is Truly Essential During the Early Years? Young Children Need to Play! It has been said that play is children’s work. Children work hard at their play because they can make it up themselves. The best part about children’s play is that they learn a great deal while having fun. Here are some things …

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What can I do to create more free time for my child?

Health. A child’s body and brain need relief from demands and expectations. Rest and recreation help keep a child healthy and ready to learn! Independence. Unstructured time lets a child make choices. A child who is used to an intense schedule may feel a bit lost if she has to find something to do on …

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