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children playing with blocks at preschool

It’s Not Fair

It’s not uncommon for children to begin to notice differences and make comparisons between themselves and their peers.

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child creating process art at preschool

Process Over Product

Advocates of “process art” emphasize that it should involve a lack of instruction, no specific time limit or pressure for a finished product.

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preschooler with globe

Thrive By Five

While genetics plays a role in physical and brain development, scientific research confirms that in a child’s first five years, experiences and environment are critical to healthy development.

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mother holding and comforting child

Time Out or Time In?

For many parents, giving a time-out is a preferred method of dealing with a child’s undesirable behavior, and even seems to be a form of “gentle” discipline.

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