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We are forcing our children to grow up too quickly. They are children they are suppose to play outside, make messes, throw fits, give hugs and kiss after throwing a tantrum! Lincoln knows how to count to 3, knows his colors, and is learning his letters but we are doing it at his pace!!
~How many after school activities are too many? A great list of signs that show it's getting to be too much for them, even if they want to do things. Learning to breath, relax & enjoy time with our kids. *
Childhood is not a race to see how quickly a child can read, write, and count. Childhood is a small window of time to learn and develop at the pace that is right for each individual child.
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Like the quote on the picture. Orig: How after-school activities can damage your child...a thought provoking article!
Childhood is not a race to see how quickly a child can read, write, and count. Childhood is a small window of time to learn and develop at the pace which is right for each individual child.
You are the poem I dreamed of writing, the masterpiece I longed to paint. You are the shining star I reached for in my every hopeful quest for life fulfilled. You are my child. Now with all things I am blessed.
poetry journal. A lovely way to explore poetry with preschoolers (and they don't have to know how to write in order to do this!)
Every child is gifted; they just unwrap their packages at different times or may have different contents.
I am your parent, you are my child ♥
If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.
Ways a Parent Can Help a Child with Reading | For the Teachers
A journal for each of your children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them; start each one the day you find out you're having a child. I really want to do this!
How to raise a happy child… (where was this 25 minutes ago)
Reasons why Read Aloud 15 MINUTES Every child. Every parent. Every day. is so important.
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