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  • Tina

    Fun Fact 17: Look Kids In the Eye

  • SweetInSAHMnity

    #Parenting tip: connect with #kids by getting down on their level

  • Megan Ross

    I love this picture. shows how your kids see you (from their perspective) and how much more effective it can be to get on their level. I've never thought about how 'far away' we look to them and how much more personel it can be when they can look us in the face. food for thought...

  • AVB

    make eye contact with the kids

  • Mike Greenfield

    Speaking to children at their eye level.

  • Aimee Tutton

    Talking to kids... the importance of eye level. need to remember this

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