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Bella Luna Toys
Bella Luna Toys • 26 weeks ago

We must let learning to read unfold when a child's brain is ripe and ready to read, and not before.

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Children are not born moral, so that they do not directly what is correctly or wrong. It is something they must learn of the society they live in, and because it is children, it is something to be learned by watching it in action. Consider, for instance. not explain a child that it should take care of nature, the is instead something the child must learn by watching adults through action indicates that the taking care of nature is something you do as a natural action. cont. in comments